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How about we start by getting rid of insurance, then watch the hospitals and pharmaceutical companies stocks plummet until healthcare is affordable to the general public
is this guy seriously comparing concentration camps and gulags to providing people with basic health care?
Why are you using such a heinous false equivalency as concentration camps in comparison to climate change and medicare for all?
You shoot your own argument in the foot when you start off like that.
The point is, the insurance system has failed us and people want a change. Popularity suggests that maybe medicare for all is something we should try now - if it fails, then try the free market again, even though it typically abuses the people who need it most.
Democracy is rule of majority,or rather should be. And medical care for all is just common decency. For some selfishness is a virtue though..
"Popular" means most Americans agree on something. If we are a nation who is supposed to be "for the people and by the people," then yes, popularity matters a great deal. I'd like to hear you talk about how the working American is making less (factoring inflation) than ever. The struggle of working Americans is real and it's serious. Just to survive for so many is difficult. To hear politicians tell us we are idiots for having an opinion about what we are supposed to care about is just insulting. Medicare for all is popular because Americans are going bankrupt for being sick. that's disgusting and should be unpopular.
And what's your answer pay up or die off ?? Until we get rid of the profit driven insurance companies we're going to continue having problems. Be nice if I could shop my procedures like I am getting a car fixed but that'll never be allowed to happen. Face reality people congress is bought and paid for by the health insurance industry who are making billions and they are NOT going to change it
Universal healthcare is better than the system we have now. We pay the highest healthcare costs and in many aspects our healthcare outcomes are near the bottom ranking of other 1st world countries. Take a chance on a different system instead of one that enriches some at the expense of the many.
If healthcare isn't a basic human right, then why do we donate money to disaster relief like hurricanes Harvey and Irma? 🤔 Why not just let the rich buy themselves life and let the poor of society die off?
Is this Ron Paul talking or did someone hack his page and write that? Healthcare is most certainly a human right, not a privilege. Look at the Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Until the 70's it was ILLEGAL to profit from health.
Healthcare isn't a right but owning a firearm is, all because some politicians included it in their set of laws a few hundred years ago...Since when do laws equal morality?