What Single-Payer means to me:
I pay $800 a month for full coverage insurance. When my middle child was diagnosed with ASD level 2 we found out his therapy was not covered because my insurance was "Self Funded" - state law mandates it be covered otherwise. I petitioned HR and successfully got it added. Took almost a year to get it all straightened out. Now we pay more than $600 a month for the therapy after insurance. In January it will go up to over $1000 a month - our part after insurance. I've used up the college fund for my oldest, took a loan on my 401k, and maxed out credit cards just to pay for everything.
That is why I am for single-payer healthcare. My medicare taxes are around $100 a month. They could increase my taxes 10 fold and I would still come out way ahead. And pay for my oldest's college. And retire some day.
Maybe if we figure out a way to give the Donald a cut he would go for it.