Bernie Sanders and many other lefties in Congress are still pushing hard for “single payer” insurance. In a video, the senator from Vermont sounded the alarm about millions and millions of people who are uninsured or insured but facing ridiculously high co-pays and deductibles:
I'm very proud to be introducing the Medicare for All Act today, which has 15 co-sponsors in the Senate, a record level of support. pic.twitter.com/26GimpDJoC
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) September 13, 2017
Hey, wait a minute:
Why are you looking for a healthcare fix I thought Obamacare was working? https://t.co/EgLp1Mry52
— Ross Johansen (@rossjohansen) September 14, 2017
Yeah, what gives? And what about Obama’s promise that O-care would lower deductibles and save the average family a lot of money on premiums?
Be afraid… be very afraid:
People have no healthcare or are underinsured since we passed mandatory Democrat healthcare. Now support my Democrat healthcare bill https://t.co/RZwkpOMVPo
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 14, 2017
They’re from the government and they’re here to help you… again…
In other words – let's spend $5 Trillion we don't have to lower care-quality for all, on gov't run healthcare we know doesn't work! https://t.co/9CkORPeVuP
— Gavin James (@iamgavinjames) September 13, 2017
A record level of idiocy https://t.co/8XFFfB6XwX
— The Real Bepo (D) (@TheRealBepo) September 14, 2017
Also, though Sanders and others have a “Medicare for All” plan, the “how to pay for it” can is being kicked down the road for obvious reasons:
— Jim Kessler (@ThirdWayKessler) September 13, 2017
Because of course.
Salesman: Just sign & take the keys!
Me: How much?
Salesman: The 'no look' financing is $0 down w/ mandatory 'bankrupt your kids' provision. https://t.co/Eva83PEgPk
— Jeff Vader (@bkingbking) September 13, 2017
— Wandering Mind (@PonderingMindz) September 13, 2017
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