When the topic of America’s health care system comes up at a Democratic presidential debate, you can count on the candidates having plenty to say — and none of it good. Not that any of them are listening to the regular Americans they claim to represent, but one of those regular Americans, conservative tweeter Allan Bourdius, has had a very recent experience with our health care system, and he’s got a message for any candidate looking to bash it:

Is our health care system perfect? Far from it. But there should be no doubt whatsoever that a government takeover would exacerbate existing problems and create countless new ones. Bourdius is right: the government needs to keep its hands off our health care.