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To believe that all Americans don't want to see this issue resolved is lunacy. But what I am saying is that we all need to be very careful on what is done in this area. I sincrely believe that we should have a National Healcare system that is according to the needs of the the US. and not a copy of others or Medicare for all.

The first thing that needs to happen is the price control of the Drug companies, without that no system will ever be successful.

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Can you imagine the giant leaps in cures, preventions and other benefits if they used that money spent in lobbying towards research and development????

 


@L42010 wrote:

Statistics that I found from Investopedia.com article "Which Industry Spends the Most on Lobbying?" written by Jake Frankenfield - Oct. 19, 2018....I found to be quite awakening on just how much the health industry funnels monies into our legislation.

Examples:  $3,937,356,877 from Pharma/Health Prod., $2,704,636,807 from Insurance, $1,604,696,566 from Hospitals/Nursing, $1,453,558,737 from Health Professionals, $1,108,096,260 from Health Serv/HMO's.....

 

https://www.investopedia.com/investing/which-industry-spends-most-lobbying-antm-so/

 

These are indeed vital corporations and systems but when they get into paying for legislation, shouldn't we take that into the equation?

 


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POLL: 02/07/2019 - Poll: Just 13 percent want 'Medicare for all' if it means end of private insuranc...

 

Hill-HarrisX - Poll

A new poll finds that about only one in 10 registered voters want the equivalent of Medicare for all if it means abolishing private health insurance plans.

 

13 percent of respondents said they would prefer a health care system that covers all citizens and doesn't allow for private plans, an approach that is sometimes referred to as "single-payer."

 

The most popular option, at 32 percent, consisted of a universal, government-operated system that also would allow people to buy private, supplemental insurance.

 

Twenty-six percent of respondents said they wanted a government insurance plan offered to all citizens, but one that doesn't compel people with private plans to use it, a system sometimes called a "public option."

 

A small minority of 15 percent of voters said they wanted the government to completely remove itself from paying for health care, while another 14 percent said they want to keep the existing health care system intact.

 

more at the link above ~


The Harris x is now owned by the Stagwell Group - a marketing company that is said to place profits before people.

It is believed that they "massage" poll data to please their corporate marketing and profit oriented owners...


 


 

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I can't help but wonder, if they would start putting out "public service messages" at dinner time showing the facts on just how much money is spent on healthcare lobbyist, like they do on other health issues, maybe people would start paying attention?

 

Want to know why health care is so expensive????  Well, someone has to pay for all that lobbying!

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Statistics that I found from Investopedia.com article "Which Industry Spends the Most on Lobbying?" written by Jake Frankenfield - Oct. 19, 2018....I found to be quite awakening on just how much the health industry funnels monies into our legislation.

Examples:  $3,937,356,877 from Pharma/Health Prod., $2,704,636,807 from Insurance, $1,604,696,566 from Hospitals/Nursing, $1,453,558,737 from Health Professionals, $1,108,096,260 from Health Serv/HMO's.....

 

https://www.investopedia.com/investing/which-industry-spends-most-lobbying-antm-so/

 

These are indeed vital corporations and systems but when they get into paying for legislation, shouldn't we take that into the equation?

 


@alferdpacker wrote:

@GailL1 wrote:

POLL: 02/07/2019 - Poll: Just 13 percent want 'Medicare for all' if it means end of private insuranc...

 

Hill-HarrisX - Poll

A new poll finds that about only one in 10 registered voters want the equivalent of Medicare for all if it means abolishing private health insurance plans.

 

13 percent of respondents said they would prefer a health care system that covers all citizens and doesn't allow for private plans, an approach that is sometimes referred to as "single-payer."

 

The most popular option, at 32 percent, consisted of a universal, government-operated system that also would allow people to buy private, supplemental insurance.

 

Twenty-six percent of respondents said they wanted a government insurance plan offered to all citizens, but one that doesn't compel people with private plans to use it, a system sometimes called a "public option."

 

A small minority of 15 percent of voters said they wanted the government to completely remove itself from paying for health care, while another 14 percent said they want to keep the existing health care system intact.

 

more at the link above ~


The Harris x is now owned by the Stagwell Group - a marketing company that is said to place profits before people.

It is believed that they "massage" poll data to please their corporate marketing and profit oriented owners...


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

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Then here is another -

KFFF Tracking Poll January 2019

I am not sure that these are any good at all UNTIL there is some resemblance of a plan that people understand what "Medicare For All" might mean for them and others.

 


Knowledge is Critical - We will never get it or the Truth from Trump & the GOP

 

Americans decided to believe the Voodoo Economics underGWW Bush and it lead to the Greatest Financial Collapse since the GreatDepresssionn

 

Americans were led to believe Voodoo Medicine and now we have aResorgencee of the Measles & even Polio is making a comeback

 

There was a great outcry when we were forced to go from Circular Dial Analog Telephones & Mechanical Switches to Digital Phones & Computerized Switches - now everyone has a Wireless Phone Permanently Attached to their Bodies

 

Americans fight change because they are intellectually lazy and uninformed

 

Medicare for All is a Threat like many other Grassroots Innovations to AmericanKleptocracyy - but that too will be exposed in time

 

Right now Americans are not be told the Truth - they are afraid of Progress

 

AOCC -Pressleyy & the other young Rebels will shake the StatusQuoo & the Incumbent Political Dynasties to their Core

 

Relax Be Happy - Newer Younger Vibrant Rebellious Americans are Ready to take over

 

Thankfully

 

 


So much inaccuracy to be dealt with - oh my and sigh!!

 

- the collapse had nothing to do with voodoo economics, it was caused by an over-inflated housing market caused by the government's efforts to get people into homes they couldn't afford.

-voodoo was a term used to refer to Reagan's economic policies.

- Voodoo medicine?? When did you invent that?

- Wireless phones are the result of technology. The subject is economic socialism, no technology in that.

- The call for socialized medicine has nothing to do with "lazy and uninformed". it has to do with wanting the others guy to pay for your needs and wants.

- "Medicare for All" is a lie used to fool people. People pay into Medicare for many years before getting benefits. You are asking for a welfare program that people collect from without paying in to.

- And you are right - "Medicare for all" is a great example of the people being lied to for the reasons stated above.

- It may come to pass that the young Marxist that the Dems (and those wanting something for nothing) are embracing will get their way. Time will tell.


You're Afraid & You Have Every Reason To Be.......................

 

A Reckoning is coming and it ain't got nothing to do with a Sale on Tickets to Heaven

 

You of all people - the One Person on this Forum who Carps at everyone who uses Slang Terms Anecdotal - Made up Phrases & Silly Nicknames

 

Your Trump Era Facts are also Completely Wrong as Normal

 

Americans as a population are probably the slowest Culture on the Planet to accept New Technology

 

We have No High Speed Rail - We Still Put Wire on Poles like in the Telegraph  Days

 

Rotary Dial Telephones & Mechanical Switches & Operators sitting in Local Central Telephone Offices were EXPENSIVE to operate

 

Obviously you don't remember this & it's telling - probably because you are much yonger then most of us who contribute on this Forum

 

Consumers both Individuals & Businesses were required to RENT their Telephone Equipment

 

Ridiculous HIGH Costs were what innovated the US Communications Industry

 

Virtually every aspect of the 2008 meltdown can be traced to BUSH & GOP federal policies, yes many of which were designed to boost home mortgages. But they were also designed to allow Banks to engage in hedge fund trading with derivatives & sell Insurance

 

The Highest Costs for Healthcare & Drugs in the World - Coupled with the Poorest Healthcare Outcomes - is what will once again Drive the Innovation this time in Healthcare

 

You folks in the Trump Cult & the GOP are Anti-American with all your Fear Tactics & dredging up of all these old Stereotypes to Scare American People Out of their Right to Quality Affordable Healthcare

 

The Existing System isn't Working in many areas - Immigration & Healthcare

 

Turning Back the Clock to Mideveil times and bulding Walls & Moats Manned by Human Guards is Ridiculous

 

Turning Back the Clock where Insurance Companies & the Drug & Medical Profession are Given the Status of Unquestionable GODS is Ridiculous

 

Trump - The GOP & The Trump Cult are against any Program that is Good for the Majority of Americans - but your all in when it comes to Government Programs that are Good for just a small Rich Politically Powerful Elite percentage of Americans - even when it's at your own expense

 

Thats Ridiculous

 

Another wordy post that just makes vague comments and insult while ignoring the post it supposedly is in response to. Alas and alack - I shall try to make my point about the gibberish.

 

- I am not afraid, those Qs don't mess with my garbage can.

- "Ticket to heaven" - how does that relate to anything?

- "silly nicknames"???? 

- "Trump era facts are wrong" - yes???, any more to say??

- "slow to accept technology" and the rest of the history lesson - did I say anything about that?

- The start of the effort to put people in homes they couldn't afford predated Bush. The benes to the banks were in exchange for them helping.

-"fear tactics" ??????? 

- I know of no GODS in the health fields.

- "good for all Americans" sound good but reading between your lines (you seem to be trying to hide something) it appears that you are pushing the Marxist agenda recently adopted by a significant part of the D Party. Hey, they have shown it is safe to come out of the closet - go for it.

 

Now, rather than continuing the shotgun approach, is there anything in there you'd like to talk about with some depth?

 

 

 

 

 


 


Yeah Cultivate some Courage - Lose the Fear..............................STOP trying to scare people with all these meaningless Stereotypes

What "meaningless Stereotypes"??

 

Marxism - Socialism - it's the 21st Century - your OK with Trump operating a Dictatorship under a Constitutional Democracy & the GOP Members of Congress complete capitulation - but you're worried to death about a Healthcare Program that would benefit All Americans

Trump is doing fine with the Constitution. I am not "worried to death" - so your mind reading fails again.

 

Try to Understand the Concept - Medicare for All is not much different then One Man/Woman One Vote - Clean Air & Water for All - Try to get past GOP/Dymo Label Everything Philosophy

Who pays for someone else's vote? Not at all the same.

You remind me of the Grim Reaper so much Gloom & Doom

You have an over active imagination.

 

How come you won't acknowledge that you really have No Idea how we evolved from Renting Our Phone Equipment from a Single Telecommunications Monopoly to Buying our own Phones from Multiple Global Companies..................you know - Communication For ALL

I doubt it was via Socialism. In fact, it was free market capitalism.

 

 


 


 

 

The Democrat US House of Representatives is Drowning Out Trumps Tweets

 

AOC is singlehandedly Drowning out Trumps Tweets

 

The US Congress is filled with young Progressive Men & Woman both Democrat & Republican that Grew Up on Social Media and can run Circles around Trump & his Tweets

 

The American Voters put them there - not some 270 Vote Quirk in the Constitution

 

They are the New Masters of the Universe previously Dominated by Trump against all the old 55+ White Guys like you

 

Americans are over all the Doom & Gloom - only the Savior can offer you protection

 

Trump the Savior manufactured all the Boogeyman we were told to be Afraid of - Brown Woman & Children - Political Ideologies that for once offer some hope to the Common Man '

 

 

 

If helping the Working Poor & Middle Class instead of a 2% Already Rich & Politically Powerful Elite is SOCIALISM - SIGN ME UP - ITS ABOUT TIME

 

How does any of that relate to the post you were theoretically responding to?

 

 


 

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OK - then in addition to how we pay for everybody's healthcare then let's adopt some of the cost saving measures which other countries use to not only keep their cost down but evidently gives them better outcomes or at least, countable outcomes.


We can tailor make a national health care plan that addresses all of the things that you list.

 

It sounds like you are now supporting a single payer universal health care plan like Medicare for all, it's about time. All international health statistics indicate that it is the most successful way of addressing the need for quality health care for all in any given nation. It should be one of our first steps in "Making America Great Again".


People pay into Medicare for many years before getting benefits. Is that the sort of plan you envision? If not, you are not talking about "Medicare" for all. Try to come up with an honest name - like "Socialized medicine".


So you think they should change the of Medicare to "Socialized Medicine"? Fine, it's just a scare phrase you like to use. Read HR 676, it's the Medicare for all plan that is similar to what would work in America. "Socialism" and "Socialized", heck you should throw in Marxism too, just to get your jollies.


If everyone does not pay in for many years before qualifying, it is not medicare. Focus on that and the discussion can move forward.

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Why do so many choose to ignore international health statistics? The United States spends more on health care per person than any other nation does. At the same time we trail most of those nations in life expectancy, infant death rates, etc, etc. 

 

America trails in almost all health statistics and we are the only one without a national universal health care plan.  Doesn't take a rocket scientist to see what we should do.

 

A universal single payer health care system like Medicare for all is the answer.

 

What keeps this from happening? Ignorance and fear bred by propaganda put out by the big pharma, insurance companies, the corporate health care industries, and the politicians who have grown dependent on the money provided by those entities through lobbying, campaign contributions, etc, etc.


What "propaganda put out by big pharma" do you think makes people understand the Socialism is not the way to go?


Trump's ignorant and fearful base fall for the erroneous "Socialism" scare word, it's part of the propaganda.


What "scare word" - AOC has led the Dems out of the closet and they are saying it. Hardly "propaganda".

 

You have no use for Conservatism and Capitalism and I have no use for Socialism. So, which is the "Scare word"?


I have no idea how you can be so wrong about what I 'have no use for" or believe. Nothing wrong with some conservative principles, but not the radical right and Alt Right ones. Nothing wrong with capitalism either, as long as it is bridled, regulated. Yes, "socialism" is a scare word the radical right uses and they don't even seem to know what it means.


"Some conservative principles" is like "partially pregnant".

 

Again "socialism" isn't a "scare word" some Dems are coming out of the closet and using it. It has a valid application in the thinking of the Progressive Movement. On the other hand some toss around Hitler, Germany, SS, Nazi, fascist, racist, sexist, homophobe, alt-right, white supremacist, and even "tired, poor brown people" as no more than insults.

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@GailL1 wrote:

@ChasKy53 

 

OK - then in addition to how we pay for everybody's healthcare then let's adopt some of the cost saving measures which other countries use to not only keep their cost down but evidently gives them better outcomes or at least, countable outcomes.

 

  • Gatekeepers - a medical professional that issues referrals to specialist when need be - not free choice of going to one just because a person thinks they need a specialist for treatment.
  • control the amount and type of our medical infrastructure in any given area - too much or too little isn't good
  • changing some of our preventive rules to agree with those of other countries,
  • stop over treatments, or things that don't even need treatment,
  • Some type of mandated prenatal visits and monitoring especially of those higher risk moms - healthwise and societal
  • get on the same page with health data like infant mortality rates - measure should be the same to adequately interpret results
  • adequate follow up after treatment so that people don't go backwards from some preventable cause,
  • stop going to the ER when it is not an emergency - meaning that they utilize things like telemedicine or an on-call after hours professional.  
  • Stop smoking - stop alcohol abuse - stop drug abuse
  • weight management before it gets to the point that it is adversely affecting ones health
  • Get kids vaccinated against highly communicable disease that could take their life or leave them debilitated for the rest of their life
  • stop paying for treatments that only extend a terminally ill person's life for a few months at best
  • stop going to the hospital and being admitted when already at deaths door from an illness that has a terminal outcome - utilize more palliative and hospice comfort measures
  • rate treatments and medicines as to their efficacy, including price to results.
  • stop paying for stuff like school crossing guards out of money allocated for medical care
  • stop mandated coverage of treatments without scientific proof of outcome just because some group yells louder.

Just a few off the top of my head. 

If we want healthcare that is less costly with better outcomes like those of other countries, we have to figure out and initiate best practices in not only care but the money being spent on it.  IOW, We have to determine what is value and what is not.

 

The way it is paid for is the easy part to figure out - that is just numbers.  What is included within those numbers is the difficult part.


Well you've uncovered & at least started to acknowledge the Real Issue

 

It's should be more about Science & Math then Political Ideology

 

It ISN'T & never will be with Trump & the GOP

 

Thats the Real Problem

 

SOLUTION IS ALSO ACHIEVED USING SCIENCE & MATH - VOTE PROGRESSIVE

 

When it is paid for by drastically increased taxes (on tax payers, of course) it is not science and math - it is politics.



Oh so right now a 45 year old American running a Garage that Services vehicles gets Free Healthcare for Himself & his Family?

 

No of course not - but you'd rather he pay some Stock Holder of a Private Company Dividends & Increased Profits rather than simply pooling his money with other working Americans & getting a better quality product for a lower cost

 

Ridiculous & UnAmerican - but very Russian Oligarch

 

What is that science, math, or politics?

 

 


 

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That sounds like we all pay the same and we all get the same services - is that cct?


Well, in Canada, BC (Each province is a little different) the premiums are in the $35/month/person range so, yes. Everyone pays the same. If you take only the government plan, you may end up six people to a room (ward?).  You have private insurance available if you want a semi private or private room.  Many companies offer such insurance to their employees as an employment incentive. The government insurance is the safety net for people who don't want to pay for or can't pay for more extensive insurance.  Much like our emergency rooms are here. 

 

 


When everyone pays the $35 does that cover the expenses or is it subsidized? If so, and if there is, in fact, a disparity in the services provided by the private plans - I would not be opposed to it. However, I have not seen anything like that proposed here.

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@mickstuder wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

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Then here is another -

KFFF Tracking Poll January 2019

I am not sure that these are any good at all UNTIL there is some resemblance of a plan that people understand what "Medicare For All" might mean for them and others.

 


Knowledge is Critical - We will never get it or the Truth from Trump & the GOP

 

Americans decided to believe the Voodoo Economics underGWW Bush and it lead to the Greatest Financial Collapse since the GreatDepresssionn

 

Americans were led to believe Voodoo Medicine and now we have aResorgencee of the Measles & even Polio is making a comeback

 

There was a great outcry when we were forced to go from Circular Dial Analog Telephones & Mechanical Switches to Digital Phones & Computerized Switches - now everyone has a Wireless Phone Permanently Attached to their Bodies

 

Americans fight change because they are intellectually lazy and uninformed

 

Medicare for All is a Threat like many other Grassroots Innovations to AmericanKleptocracyy - but that too will be exposed in time

 

Right now Americans are not be told the Truth - they are afraid of Progress

 

AOCC -Pressleyy & the other young Rebels will shake the StatusQuoo & the Incumbent Political Dynasties to their Core

 

Relax Be Happy - Newer Younger Vibrant Rebellious Americans are Ready to take over

 

Thankfully

 

 


So much inaccuracy to be dealt with - oh my and sigh!!

 

- the collapse had nothing to do with voodoo economics, it was caused by an over-inflated housing market caused by the government's efforts to get people into homes they couldn't afford.

-voodoo was a term used to refer to Reagan's economic policies.

- Voodoo medicine?? When did you invent that?

- Wireless phones are the result of technology. The subject is economic socialism, no technology in that.

- The call for socialized medicine has nothing to do with "lazy and uninformed". it has to do with wanting the others guy to pay for your needs and wants.

- "Medicare for All" is a lie used to fool people. People pay into Medicare for many years before getting benefits. You are asking for a welfare program that people collect from without paying in to.

- And you are right - "Medicare for all" is a great example of the people being lied to for the reasons stated above.

- It may come to pass that the young Marxist that the Dems (and those wanting something for nothing) are embracing will get their way. Time will tell.


You're Afraid & You Have Every Reason To Be.......................

 

A Reckoning is coming and it ain't got nothing to do with a Sale on Tickets to Heaven

 

You of all people - the One Person on this Forum who Carps at everyone who uses Slang Terms Anecdotal - Made up Phrases & Silly Nicknames

 

Your Trump Era Facts are also Completely Wrong as Normal

 

Americans as a population are probably the slowest Culture on the Planet to accept New Technology

 

We have No High Speed Rail - We Still Put Wire on Poles like in the Telegraph  Days

 

Rotary Dial Telephones & Mechanical Switches & Operators sitting in Local Central Telephone Offices were EXPENSIVE to operate

 

Obviously you don't remember this & it's telling - probably because you are much yonger then most of us who contribute on this Forum

 

Consumers both Individuals & Businesses were required to RENT their Telephone Equipment

 

Ridiculous HIGH Costs were what innovated the US Communications Industry

 

Virtually every aspect of the 2008 meltdown can be traced to BUSH & GOP federal policies, yes many of which were designed to boost home mortgages. But they were also designed to allow Banks to engage in hedge fund trading with derivatives & sell Insurance

 

The Highest Costs for Healthcare & Drugs in the World - Coupled with the Poorest Healthcare Outcomes - is what will once again Drive the Innovation this time in Healthcare

 

You folks in the Trump Cult & the GOP are Anti-American with all your Fear Tactics & dredging up of all these old Stereotypes to Scare American People Out of their Right to Quality Affordable Healthcare

 

The Existing System isn't Working in many areas - Immigration & Healthcare

 

Turning Back the Clock to Mideveil times and bulding Walls & Moats Manned by Human Guards is Ridiculous

 

Turning Back the Clock where Insurance Companies & the Drug & Medical Profession are Given the Status of Unquestionable GODS is Ridiculous

 

Trump - The GOP & The Trump Cult are against any Program that is Good for the Majority of Americans - but your all in when it comes to Government Programs that are Good for just a small Rich Politically Powerful Elite percentage of Americans - even when it's at your own expense

 

Thats Ridiculous

 

Another wordy post that just makes vague comments and insult while ignoring the post it supposedly is in response to. Alas and alack - I shall try to make my point about the gibberish.

 

- I am not afraid, those Qs don't mess with my garbage can.

- "Ticket to heaven" - how does that relate to anything?

- "silly nicknames"???? 

- "Trump era facts are wrong" - yes???, any more to say??

- "slow to accept technology" and the rest of the history lesson - did I say anything about that?

- The start of the effort to put people in homes they couldn't afford predated Bush. The benes to the banks were in exchange for them helping.

-"fear tactics" ??????? 

- I know of no GODS in the health fields.

- "good for all Americans" sound good but reading between your lines (you seem to be trying to hide something) it appears that you are pushing the Marxist agenda recently adopted by a significant part of the D Party. Hey, they have shown it is safe to come out of the closet - go for it.

 

Now, rather than continuing the shotgun approach, is there anything in there you'd like to talk about with some depth?

 

 

 

 

 


 


Yeah Cultivate some Courage - Lose the Fear..............................STOP trying to scare people with all these meaningless Stereotypes

What "meaningless Stereotypes"??

 

Marxism - Socialism - it's the 21st Century - your OK with Trump operating a Dictatorship under a Constitutional Democracy & the GOP Members of Congress complete capitulation - but you're worried to death about a Healthcare Program that would benefit All Americans

Trump is doing fine with the Constitution. I am not "worried to death" - so your mind reading fails again.

 

Try to Understand the Concept - Medicare for All is not much different then One Man/Woman One Vote - Clean Air & Water for All - Try to get past GOP/Dymo Label Everything Philosophy

Who pays for someone else's vote? Not at all the same.

You remind me of the Grim Reaper so much Gloom & Doom

You have an over active imagination.

 

How come you won't acknowledge that you really have No Idea how we evolved from Renting Our Phone Equipment from a Single Telecommunications Monopoly to Buying our own Phones from Multiple Global Companies..................you know - Communication For ALL

I doubt it was via Socialism. In fact, it was free market capitalism.

 

 


 


 

 

The Democrat US House of Representatives is Drowning Out Trumps Tweets

 

AOC is singlehandedly Drowning out Trumps Tweets

 

The US Congress is filled with young Progressive Men & Woman both Democrat & Republican that Grew Up on Social Media and can run Circles around Trump & his Tweets

 

The American Voters put them there - not some 270 Vote Quirk in the Constitution

 

They are the New Masters of the Universe previously Dominated by Trump against all the old 55+ White Guys like you

 

Americans are over all the Doom & Gloom - only the Savior can offer you protection

 

Trump the Savior manufactured all the Boogeyman we were told to be Afraid of - Brown Woman & Children - Political Ideologies that for once offer some hope to the Common Man '

 

 

 

If helping the Working Poor & Middle Class instead of a 2% Already Rich & Politically Powerful Elite is SOCIALISM - SIGN ME UP - ITS ABOUT TIME

 

 

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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