Even the New York Times says Dems' Medicare-for-all idea would be 'profoundly disruptive'

AlwaysWrite

Well-Known Member
#1
When even the liberal New York Times says the Democrats’ plan to abolish Medicare and private health insurance would be “profoundly disruptive,” you know it’s bad. Really bad!!

Sen. Bernie Sanders is the latest member of Congress to come out with an Orwellian “Medicare for All” plan that actually eliminates the current Medicare program and replaces it with a one-size-fits-all, government-run system that, by the way, also abolishes employer-provided health care for 180 million Americans.

The liberal Urban Institute puts the cost at $7 trillion, nearly double the current federal budget.

Here's a link to the New York Times article …


https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/23/health/private-health-insurance-medicare-for-all-bernie-sanders.html
 

Greg T.

Addicted Member
#2
The democrats no longer care about anything but themselves, their power, and control. That's it. It no longer matters to them what's good for the country or the individual. It's all about being in power and raping all the money. When they started to turn, it was becoming a nuisance. Now that they've gone off the deep end they're much worse than the 1920's mafia. The democrat party IS organized crime that is mostly disorganized. More like mob rule.
 
#3
The democrats no longer care about anything but themselves, their power, and control. That's it. It no longer matters to them what's good for the country or the individual. It's all about being in power and raping all the money. When they started to turn, it was becoming a nuisance. Now that they've gone off the deep end they're much worse than the 1920's mafia. The democrat party IS organized crime that is mostly disorganized. More like mob rule.
… and of course, they are getting major assists from the fake-news lamestream media and people like George Soros.
 
#5
The forum posts haven't improved a lot in number, but there are obviously a lot more people "looking in" and viewing. This mini-editorial already has 156 views, which is significantly higher than what the number would have been several months ago.
 
#6
The forum posts haven't improved a lot in number, but there are obviously a lot more people "looking in" and viewing. This mini-editorial already has 156 views, which is significantly higher than what the number would have been several months ago.
Agreed. I think leaving this open to the public is a good choice. Eventually, I think people will begin to post. Maybe we can sucker a few more into our perverted world!
 
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