Independence Day Is The Perfect Time For Single Payer Or Something

Progressives keep proving that they really just don’t get this whole “freedom” thing, as shown by a letter to the Hartford Courant

Certainly, the time is ripe for Americans to seriously consider joining the rest of the humane, modern world and adopt a single-payer health care system capable of providing universal coverage to all citizens. (snip)

On July Fourth, as we celebrate our sacred values of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” it’s worth noting that without decent health, these ideals go mostly unrealized. That makes this an ideal time for Americans to consider how it’s possible to achieve independence from a system that siphons billions of dollars away from actual care and into the deep pockets of insurance company middlemen, administrators and greedy drug companies.

Like overthrowing the British empire, it will take dedication, time and effort, but be worth the fight. Medicare for all!

Nothing says freedom like putting The Government in charge of making the health decisions for well over 300 million Americans. It’s exactly like overthrowing the British empire!

And then there’s Bernie Sanders

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6 Responses to “Independence Day Is The Perfect Time For Single Payer Or Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    What freedom are you most afraid to lose? The freedom to get sick? The freedom for your baby to get sick?

    And nothing says market freedom like being locked into a job to maintain your employer-based healthcare. Nothing says economic freedom like preferring part-time work but working full-time to secure employer-based healthcare.

    A fluid labor market allows workers to move from position to position based their own self-interest, i.e., considerations such as better pay, better hours, better environment, more meaningful job, etc – not gov’t regulated employer-based insurance or onerous non-compete contracts.

    So actually, single payer healthcare, besides being less expensive to the nation, would allow labor markets to be MORE FREE. And note the regulations inflicted on companies by the current employer-based healthcare system! So… Better healthcare, fewer company regs inflicted by gov’t, a more fluid labor market and less costly to boot.

    Why do you hate single payer healthcare again? Last I heard it was because of the NYC Subway System. Can you try again?

  2. Jeffery says:

    Nothing says freedom like putting The Government in charge of deciding to invade other sovereign nations for no honest reason. Bye bye trillions… Godspeed lost friends and family.

    Nothing says freedom like putting The Government in charge of making the employment decisions for millions of American workers. Inflation fears?… increase the Fed rate and throw tens of millions out of work. Not enough monies transferred from the working classes to the wealthy? … extend patent and copyright lives – cut progressive income taxes and increase regressive payroll, state and local taxes – keep highly compensated immigrants out, but put the working classes in direct competition with low-wage workers overseas – bust labor unions.

    A nation’s freedoms are always in jeopardy when the populace has a hard time paying the rent.

    You’re probably not concerned, but your POSOTUS is a bigger threat to America’s freedoms than is an expansion of Medicare and Medicaid to cover all citizens. And that’s why he needs to be wrestled to the arena floor and beaten like a teenager’s dick.

  3. Zhytamyr says:

    “your POSOTUS” -you living in Canada now Jeff?

  4. drowningpuppies says:

    Nothing says freedom like

    …a mewling quim like little jeffuckery fantasizing about beating a teenager’s dick.

  5. drowningpuppies says:

    Speaking of mewling quims…

    Jane Sanders, wife of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, is under investigation by the FBI for questionable actions in taking out loans to purchase property when she was president of Burlington College in Vermont. The college went under in 2016 due to the enormous debt Mrs. Sanders saddled the college with before she left in 2011. Upon purchasing property to expand the college, Mrs. Sanders sought to evict a group of disabled people who lived in a group home on the property.Jane Sanders, wife of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, is under investigation by the FBI for questionable actions in taking out loans to purchase property when she was president of Burlington College in Vermont. The college went under in 2016 due to the enormous debt Mrs. Sanders saddled the college with before she left in 2011. Upon purchasing property to expand the college, Mrs. Sanders sought to evict a group of disabled people who lived in a group home on the property.

    “We thought a year’s time was appropriate, and it’s worrisome that they haven’t found a place yet, but there is really no choice any longer,” she said.

  6. Sabre22 says:

    Lets see California is Explored this recently Approximately 55 Million Residents in the state cost would cost the state 400 Billion Dollars to cover them single payer. U.S. Population 326,501,100 Times 400 Billion Equals 1.3060084 X 10 23 Power it is Not economically feasible but that has never stopped liberals/ Socialists in the past

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