Hey, you selfish Americans! What’s this business where you think you deserve to get healthcare when YOU think you need it? What is the deal with your arrogant feeling that you must be treated for your illness right away? I mean, if you were a REAL American, you’d put your selfish needs behind you and wait in line for substandard, hard to get government healthcare. At least so says “filmmaker” Michael Moore.

According to Real Clear Politics, Moore scolded Americans for being selfish in their healthcare choices. Moore was talking Obamacare on the little watched HBO cable show called Real Time with left-wing host Bill Maher.

Michael Moore defends Obamacare and healthcare programs similar to it around the world. Moore says the only “things you maybe have to wait for” are a knee replacement surgery or cataracts.

“Things that are not life-threatening,” Moore said on HBO’s “Real Time” with host Bill Maher. “The reason why you have to wait sometimes in those countries is they let everybody in the line. We make 50 million people out of the line so the line is shorter, so sometimes you have to wait as long. If you are a patriotic American, you want every American to be covered the same as you. No, not ‘I’m going to get ahead because I have health insurance and they don’t,'” Michael Moore explained.

I’m sure tens of people saw the original broadcast, so it’s good that RCP.com decided to alert us all to the wisdom of the rotund Moore.

Still, Moore is a liar, regardless. There are hundreds of stories from Canada, England, Germany — any country with nationalized healthcare — where people that need ct scans, operations of every kind, life-saving cancer screening, and other treatments are told they will have to wait more months than they have life left in them to get their treatment.

GOP Presidential hopeful Herman Cain noted at the last debate that he’d have died under a system like the Obamacare system that Michael Moore is extolling.

But, according to Michael Moore, Herman Cain would have been a better American if only he stood at the back of the line and died as he should have.