Calling anyone opposed to single payer a ‘corporate shill’ patronizes and insults the American people—the same people whose support they need.
Even the ‘moderate’ proposals would sabotage private coverage, driving everyone into a government-run system. That’s probably why Democrats don’t really answer questions about their health proposals.
If Democrats don’t like Obamacare plans for themselves, then why did they force all Americans to buy this insurance under penalty of taxation?
Would a centralized federal bureaucracy ensure that all the country’s medical providers get paid the right amount under single payer? Almost surely not.
The study estimates Americans earning $50,000–$74,999 would likely need to pay on average $7,773 to $9,171 more in new taxes every year to pay for Medicare for All’s socialized care.
Most Democrats ultimately want to get to a government-run system. They only differ on how quickly to throw Americans off their current health coverage.
Even the ‘moderate’ candidates said they want to move everyone onto a government-run health plan—they just want to do it in a slower and more subtle fashion than Bernie Sanders.
The knee-jerk solutions currently under consideration in Congress seem ill-suited to the scope of the problem and could lead to unintended consequences.
Single-payer supporters argue under the fanciful premise that doctors and hospitals will perform more procedures for less money.
Just because a government declares health care a right and socializes medicine, does it mean its citizens are more likely to obtain care? Nope. In fact, it’s typically the opposite.
Even as all Democrats supported giving coverage to illegally present foreigners, the candidates seemed less united on how to take health insurance away from U.S. citizens.
Democrats find abolishing private health insurance more controversial than making taxpayers pay for all abortions and for the care of illegally present foreigners in the U.S.
At tonight’s debate, Bernie Sanders called for a radical Medicare for All, immediately banning private insurance for anything but cosmetic surgery.
Despite dedicated time for all 10 Democratic candidates to lay out a plan or set themselves apart in the 2020 presidential health debate, nothing of substance came from the first night.
Democratic candidates’ plans for a so-called ‘public option’ could result in two-thirds of Americans with employer-sponsored coverage losing their insurance.
Donald Berwick is one of the dangerous men Democrats are using to try to make single-payer health care a reality in the United States.
Democrats have not realized that a government that controls health care has the power to control health-care decisions.
In an interview with CNN, Harris admitted that she wants to provide taxpayer-funded health care, along with education and other benefits, to individuals unlawfully present in this country.
If single-payer advocates think their bill would save Americans so much money, wouldn’t they want the Congressional Budget Office fully analyze how much money people would save?
The report once again demonstrates Medicare’s shaky financial standing, as the retirement of 10,000 Baby Boomers every day continues to tax the program’s limited resources.
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