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Now, where is Trump's plan? Where is the GOP plan?

Too buzzzy fending off pesky flies hovering around the ethics shit they steam in? The swamp is still not drained, it's fermenting even more.
Well, the GOP is 'famous' for their social conscience and humanitarian largesse. Could it be...?
 

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Now, where is Trump's plan? Where is the GOP plan?
Trump and the Republicans have no plan and never had one. Fuck them.

The real question is what are we going to expect from the Democrats in the near future to fulfill their promise to fix ACA?

We still have 27 million uninsured Americans and medical costs are still increasing exponentially.

The Democrats have an excellent chance of taking not just the White House in 2020 but also the Senate. If that transpires, are they going to get behind "Medicare for all" or will they continue to leave our health care system in the sorry state it's in now? I'd hate to see them piss away a second chance at fixing this problem like they did in 2009.

They know for certain that they can't count on Republicans to get this done so that means they need to sell the idea to the American public and get these bills through Congress.
 

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What about a 73 year old woman with severe spinal arthritis (Osteoarthritis) unable to walk and take care of herself, or a 6 year old kid with leukemia, or a soldier missing both legs after stepping on a IED?

There really is no limit to the idiocy on the right when it comes to dealing with and providing solutions to real life problems... none whatsoever.
Tell me about these theoretical people's families.
 

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Trump and the Republicans have no plan and never had one. Fuck them.

The real question is what are we going to expect from the Democrats in the near future to fulfill their promise to fix ACA?

We still have 27 million uninsured Americans and medical costs are still increasing exponentially.

The Democrats have an excellent chance of taking not just the White House in 2020 but also the Senate. If that transpires, are they going to get behind "Medicare for all" or will they continue to leave our health care system in the sorry state it's in now? I'd hate to see them piss away a second chance at fixing this problem like they did in 2009.

They know for certain that they can't count on Republicans to get this done so that means they need to sell the idea to the American public and get these bills through Congress.

More are uninsured now than before when the donks and their black racist Jesus destroyed what was the best healthcare system in the world.

However, now more drug addicts and illegals are covered, so there's that.
 

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Trump and the Republicans have no plan and never had one. Fuck them.

The real question is what are we going to expect from the Democrats in the near future to fulfill their promise to fix ACA?

We still have 27 million uninsured Americans and medical costs are still increasing exponentially.

The Democrats have an excellent chance of taking not just the White House in 2020 but also the Senate. If that transpires, are they going to get behind "Medicare for all" or will they continue to leave our health care system in the sorry state it's in now? I'd hate to see them piss away a second chance at fixing this problem like they did in 2009.

They know for certain that they can't count on Republicans to get this done so that means they need to sell the idea to the American public and get these bills through Congress.
Most are onboard with the concept, and at least a couple have concrete plans to transition. IMHO, it is important to offer a public option rather than force folks down this path. If offered as an option, there will be less push back and more control as the health insurance industry slowly dissipates. It is concerning that Biden has not discussed this issue at all, and his candidacy had the effect of driving healthcare stocks up.
 

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0bama's death panels
Kill them before birth at birth and when they get sick.
 

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IMHO, it is important to offer a public option rather than force folks down this path. If offered as an option, there will be less push back and more control as the health insurance industry slowly dissipates.

So the expectation would be that the private health insurance industry would "wither on the vine".
 

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More are uninsured now than before when the donks and their black racist Jesus destroyed what was the best healthcare system in the world.

However, now more drug addicts and illegals are covered, so there's that.


Speaking of drugs . . . are you on drugs?
 

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So the expectation would be that the private health insurance industry would "wither on the vine".
Ideally, this is a slow, steady transition of folks choosing the public option. In the end, the health insurance industry is reduced to medicare supplement plans for the masses and premium plans for the wealthy. So they're still around, still providing a service, but no longer pulling the strings of the entire healthcare industry.
 

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Ideally, this is a slow, steady transition of folks choosing the public option. In the end, the health insurance industry is reduced to medicare supplement plans for the masses and premium plans for the wealthy. So they're still around, still providing a service, but no longer pulling the strings of the entire healthcare industry.
I'm down with that.
 
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