Just read the latest Bus Week cover story that explains that almost all job creation for the last five years has been in health care. They pointed out that almost 2 million IT jobs have been lost with the implication that lower paying health care jobs were substituted. And there's no end in sight - health care will probably be the only job creation engine of growth for America for several decades. Now I believe in free markets and all that, but how that can be a healthy economic development - no pun intended - for the US? Most of health care is not really "exportable" and it seems more a sign of an aging, lifestyle-driven economy. Am I missing something here? The article said that in the not too distant future 25% of our GDP would be health care. Now I don't want to insult any traders who happen to be in the medical field, but can't we all agree that health care is primarily a support or service sector of the economy? Shouldn't this be greeted with all the enthusiasm of seeing the governmental piece of the pie growing?