According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's latest health care rankings of the 34 most developed nations in the world, the United States ranks dead last in male life expectancy. We also rank near the very bottom in preventing premature death, infant mortality, total health care coverage, number of practicing doctors, and preventing heart disease deaths. But, here's some good news - at least for those fans of Americanized health care: our world rankings might soon improve. Not because we're radically changing our privatized system that puts profits ahead of people's lives. But because banksters in Europe are forcing several nations that rank ahead of us to ditch their national public health care systems, and replace them with more privatized - and profitable - American-style health care systems.