In the US, a single payer universal health care system was actually more or a Republican policy than a Democratic one until about a decade ago. Some Republicans oppose it now largely because the Democrats support it.
Heck, here in Canada, while the idea was conceived by the first leader of the NDP, it was first put into place nationally by Conservative PM John Diefenbaker.
On another note, we have a few new primary results in today;
Guam, with a total of 215 votes, has gone 100% for Romney. That's 9 delegates.
The Northern Marianas Islands were more competitive, only going 88% for Romney. 738 votes for Romney, 51 for Santorum, 25 for Paul, 25 for Gingrich. 9 more delegates for Romney.
The Virgin Islands are going today, but we don't have any results yet. In 2008, 'Uncommitted' won there with 47% of the vote.
Kansas, which is by far the biggest contest today, has about 24% reporting so far. Santorum currently has 51.5%. Gingrich has 18.6%, Romney has 18.1%, and Paul is at 10.7%.
0.7% has gone for 'Uncommitted', while Bachmann, Huntsman, Cain, and Perry each have 0.1%.