No. It will set prices. Bernie says he's a socialist and he means it.
This is the heart of the problem. M4All increases demand radically, while addressing supply with (something from Washington) to be announced.
Administrative savings from M4All may or may not be realized - a host of new bureaucrats is called for. What can confidently be expected is wait...
Might be twenty years since I typed "establish". Feels good to be back.
It creates nothing. It will only destroy what's extant.
One Plan to rule them all, One Plan to find them, One Plan to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
My consistent advice is: Read the bill, then have an opinion.
I didn't read that stuff either. But I'm left wondering if congress has any obligation to pay the Sec's proposed budget.
Something like that. The Sec of Health will be the most powerful person in the country; the ideal Ayn Rand villain.
Just read it. Then we can speak on equal terms. You could substitute some knowledge for opinion. It would really help.
If you won't read it, that's understandable. If you won't listen to someone who has, that's familiar. This is why I love progressives.
I have read it. And it is not Medicare for all. It is something much, much farther in scope.
It's only 100 pages. Give it a try.
Don't bother reading it, you're a good progressive, you can rely on common knowledge.
Read the bill. If you owned a hospital, and this bill passed, your best course of action would be to auction off all the equipment to a foreign...
Bernie is not the norm anywhere. He's a moron; I don't mean that in the internet sense - he's the real deal. His Medicare4All plan (read it)...
My redeemer liveth.
If you need a rebuttal to Cuomo's inspirational boilerplate, check back in the '80s. Confine it to Bernie, I asked. Ok, he said. Suddenly Cuomo...
Luigio knew better than Mario.
Because it's too late. We have already built in Pentagon style pricing: there is no return.
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