Thus, 90% of Americans over 50 vote with their feet and want Medicare. Hence, the public wants Medicare for all even if they do not admit it.Read more
Single-payer might be the issue that blows the Trump Administration and the Republican Party apart.
Such reporting and polls raise serious doubts about the ideas that there is a Trump movement and the notion that Trump is the GOP’s leader. A notion to consider is that Trump is the Republicans’ figurehead who does not represent the party or even his own administration.
Healthcare might be issue that lures many Trump voters back into the Democratic fold.
One has to wonder who will be the first Republican leader to drink the single-payer Kool Aid. My money is on Donald J. Trump who personally favors the idea. My prediction is that Trump will unveil some sort of single-payer light proposal if he plans to run for reelection in 2020.
One has to wonder who will be the first Republican leader to drink the single-payer Kool Aid. My money is on Donald J. Trump who personally favors the idea. My prediction is that Trump will unveil some sort of single-payer lite proposal if he plans to run for reelection in 2020.Read more
household making $58,000 a year would pay around $1,740 for Medicare. Since $58,000 is the average annual household in the USA, the average family would pay less than $2,000 for health insurance.Read more
• Allow all employers to purchase Medicare and/or Medicaid coverage for their employees.
• Allow insurance agents, insurance companies, nonprofit organizations; and retailers such as Walmart and Amazon, to sell Medicare and/or Medicaid policies in exchange for a commission say $25 to $100 a policy.Read more
A major push for single-payer health insurance has begun in the wake of the defeat of the Republicans’ Obamacare light health insurance proposal. Not surprisingly U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is leading the charge for Medicare for All.Read more
Amendment 69 is a poorly-designed and badly-written piece of legislation every person who believes in justice and common sense should vote against. That goes doubly so for people who believe in single-payer healthcare, because this shoddy ballot measure gives the concept a bad name.Read more