I live in England where we've had a tax funded health care system in place for well over 50 years, and needless cosmetic surgery just isn't covered by it.
We have, as far as I know, never routinely circumcised infants in this country, certainly not in my lifetime anyway, and the procedure just isn't even considered.
We don't have guys with foreskin problems, we have a lower rate of STDs and HIV than the USA, and no-one gets laughed at for being normal in the school showers.
It does worry me that the people making the decisions in the USA health service may have their priorities wrong, but with the decline in the popularity of the procedure, I can't see it being supported. Once the health service drops it, it won't be long before the remaining insurance schemes drop their cover of it, and if people have to pay for it themselves then soon the USA will join the rest of the civilised world, and consign circumcision to the history books.
Even if they do support it, once the health service is up an running, it's only a matter of time before they'll have to look for savings, and cosmetic surgery will be amongst the first to go.
55 years experience of a tax funded health scheme.