There was a short window with a busy schedule to get this done so no argument on how basic the graphics and animation are. The audio was a converted mp3 to keep it below a 1MB otherwise it would have been 6MB all because of the .wav file.
True I haven't read the whole thing, but neither has really anyone else. The reform bill is 1500+ pages dealing with things way more complex than health care and yet it's got a far shorter window for debate.
The big parts of it though are obvious, they've stripped out AUDIT THE FED and empowered the Federal Reserve (private corporation functioning as a banking cartel presumed publicly to be a part of the government).
The Fed Reserve is why you have such wacky boom and bust economic cycles. Another wicked part is that it creates 20+ new regulations on small banks who had nothing to do with the crash.
These new rules will cost more to meet causing more of these small banks to fail so that it will again be the Big Banks/Wall Street Firms who buy them up so this bill in fact will empower the very some corps blamed for the collapse.
As for health care, it created a new 15% marriage tax on couples who don't stay single, and consistently it's been shown that people DO NOT GET HEALTHIER under this kind of health system.
Canada has a much lower cancer survival rate than the US even with early diagnosis as an example.
It would have been much easier to remove the ban on INTERSTATE COMMERCE to lower costs, improve care, and create jobs but there wasn't any big payoffs for mega companies.
But again time will show which path is correct.