Would you trade a wall for Medicare for all


#153

No, Cato came up with number and discovered it would be cheaper than what is now spent on healthcare, private and public.


#154

What is a branded heart surgery?


#155

What kind of plans will be available? Different levels of coverage? If your not child bearing years do you have to get a policy that covers that? Some Doctors now don’t accepte medicare – would all Doc’s be required to accept it or not practice?


#156

Sometimes the right does the work for you.


#157

First you guys are talking about socialism becoming more popular and now you’re saying they’re actually opposed to it. Make up your minds.


#158

Your heart isn’t sponsored by Anthem or Kaisar?


#160

I know that libertarians do the work for me in every argument they make.


#161

I would hope it isn’t.


#162

lol, yeah there you go. In the face of calamity it might just be someone’s responsibility to do something.


#163

I don’t know if plans are involved UHC as is it commonly conceived.


#164

Yeah, there are no plans.


#165

What Forbes article, you linked to Bloomberg but yes I did read it. Did you read the Vox one? It destroys the narrative you’re trying to put forth. Cato says that medicare for all would save the country money not cost it more.


#166

You are absolutely correct, young lady.


#167

Maybe Bandaid Brand. :smile:


#168

keke huffington post :couple_with_heart_woman_man::tooth:


#169

That’s interesting how that works every time I ever post an article from CATO, it gets condemned here as Koch Brothers funded right wing garbage.


#170

Going to need more than one Band-Aid for something like that.


#171

Cato tried backtracking.


#172

I take it that you don’t agree with the conservative think-tank’s assessment? What did they get wrong?


#174

I agree that it is a pathetic copout when posters try to refute a source without commenting on the actual content.

Oh wait oops, that’s embarrassing. Almost as embarrassing as making the 2 posts back to back :sweat_smile: