In fact, there is not much of anything new in the movie as a whole. If you are a Moore loyalist you will rave how great it is. But mainly Moore recycles tired old arguments for national health care, abeit with more charm, humor and poignancy than most leftists can ever muster even when high. And Moore's fact and anecdotes are mostly incorrect, outdated and easily rebutted -- something we will take pleasure in doing here.
Does this mean that health care shouldn't more affordable or available or that 9-11 workers shouldn't have been given comprehensive care immediately? Of course not. But there are tradeoffs too. Moore keeps referring to "free" universal health care. Health care is neither free nor universal in the UK, Canada or France. But on the whole our system provides better care for more conditions with less rationing and about the same out of pocket spending (yes, folks) than all others.