How about a popular movie on market based health care reform? There is actually one out there although it hasn’t yet penetrated the cloud over the current health care debate, and surprisingly didn’t score well in the box office count over the weekend. On the first day after the House passage of the Obama Administration’e Health Care Reform Bill as approved by the Senate and following passage by the house of a bill to amend it, it might be interesting to review a future that is at least equally as bleak as the “Tea Party” people and their surrogates have been painting the likely affects of health care reform. The movie presents a society in which high pressure sales people use guilt, guile and outright fraud to coerce people to purchase very very expensive electronic organ replacement devices such as hearts, kidneys. livers, eyes, knees,, etc. (called “artiforgs” ) The artiforgs can provide an electronic read out to various patrolling repossession gleaners, the status of their credit accounts.