Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Tuesday that opposing the Republican health-care bill wasn’t enough and the Democratic Party should start running on a new national single-payer plan.
“President Obama tried to move us forward with health-care coverage by using a conservative model that came from one of the conservative think tanks that had been advanced by a Republican governor in Massachusetts,” she told The Wall Street Journal. ”Now it’s time for the next step. And the next step is single payer.”
Polling has shown government-provided health care to be a very popular notion among Americans. Depending on whether it’s described as a public option, Medicare for all, or federally funded universal health care, proposals are supported by 57 to 61 percent of Americans, compared with only 19 to 24 percent opposed.
When this comes up I tell my libtard friends to look at VA Medical system. It's a perfect example of how the .gov will run a medial system, because it is one, and it's a disaster.
BTW, Bernie was put in charge of a commission to fix the VA. Nothing happened. Trump just signed legislation making it much less difficult to fire someone from the VA and that alone will make a big, big difference.
Chief Full - Of - Bull is full of hot air. Bottom line Folks...STAY HEALTHY.