That doesn't mean the stories are true.
Americans can't afford health care and education because of the government is involved. Look how cost of college went way up when the federal government got involved.
Again. Other country's governments have more involvement with their healthcare.
And secondly, the government can get involved in a lot of different ways. Not all of them have the same effects.
If you can't go into any more detail than "government leads to higher costs", without even looking at the facts, then you can't make a compelling argument.
Some of these reasons why universities have become so expensive, have nothing to do with government involvement increasing:
-A reduction in state government spending over the past 3 decades. On this point, less government is literally leading to an increase in cost. Contrary to your claim.
The one point that does lead to an increase in spending because of the government has to do with how the government gives loans. If you replaced loans with actual funding, universities would cost less.
The military isn't socialism because we all know it is something we need to protect our rights.
There are plenty of arguments that healthcare should be a right that is protected.
The right to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" is something written in the constitution. Healthcare is a natural way to protect the right to life.
So by your argument "medicare for all" isn't socialism because we all know it is something we need to protect our rights.