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Bernie Sanders’ Medicare-For-All Bill EXPLAINED


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Bernie Sanders' Medicare-For-All bill has actually been revealed. Ana Kasparian, Jimmy Dore, and also Ron Placone, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you exactly what's in it. Inform us exactly what you believe in the remark section listed below.

" Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced Wednesday a new version of his strategy to provide everybody government-run health insurance, potentially opening up a new phase in the recurring argument over how you can make health care in the United States more cost effective and also readily available.

The strategy asks for an overhaul of American health insurance with a souped-up, much more charitable variation of Medicare changing almost all private health insurance– and federal government exerting much more control over the price of healthcare. It would probably be the most enthusiastic social welfare effort in UNITED STATE history, yet Sanders told HuffPost in an interview Tuesday that he thinks The U.S.A. is ready for it.

" The American people are figuring where the Republicans are originating from, they see the limitations of the Affordable Care Act and they're looking at the alternatives," Sanders said. "And also this is a logical alternative."

Sanders has actually been waging a frequently lonesome crusade for this type of universal health care because the early 1990s, when he initially came to Congress. In 2013, when he presented a previous version of the expense, he had no support from his colleagues. But in a clear sign of the concept's boosting popularity, along with Sanders' influence within modern national politics, 16 Democratic legislators are co-sponsoring the expense."

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  1. Posted by sailormanariel, at Reply

    Medicare for all will halve the health care costs. The savings will be staggering. Just the savings of not having to go through bankruptcy due to health costs would bring huge savings.Think of all the court costs when people are bankrupt. The money that went to lawyers and judges and clerks and the dozens of people involved in every bankruptcy can now be applied to drugs and doctors and nurses. Of course it will be called a tax which stupid people will hate. But it WILL be cheaper. ( 700,000 people went bankrupt each year due to healthcare)

  2. Posted by Brittany, at Reply

    If Syria can have it SURELY so can we. Idgaf how much it cost to implement. I will gladly pay more in taxes if my fellow Americans can have insurance and not worry about bills and bankruptcy.

    • Posted by Aussie with world view, at Reply

      Brittany … Hurray for a normal person.

    • Posted by danny, at Reply

      Brittany So Syria has better health care?,kill yourself

    • Posted by N Marbletoe, at Reply

      if Syria did it, maybe we should run away fast.  If Singapore did it, maybe we should take a look.

    • Posted by Brittany, at Reply

      N Marbletoe all I’m saying is the US is like the only major, developed country who hasn’t adopted a national healthcare system that covers everyone. If Syria can do it, then surely we can being that we tour ourselves as the beat and number 1 at everything.

  3. Posted by Martin Lee, at Reply

    cory booker stfu flip flopper

  4. Posted by Iwanus 95, at Reply

    We’re losing money on foreign wars, so paying for illegal immigrants doesn’t make a difference.

  5. Posted by Troy J, at Reply

    This *NEEDS* to happen.
    We are not livestock who should be let-go, when are too old, sick or lame to labor-for or be profitable-to someone else.

  6. Posted by Matt, at Reply

    Why not just drastic cuts to military spending. Use that money to help pay for medicare for all. Everyone should be angry about how much money the US wastes each year on military spending that could be used for more useful domestic programs.

    • Posted by Jason R, at Reply

      How about we make cuts to the military, cuts to health care, cuts across the board, and stop spending more than we take in. How about we stop robbing from the children of this nation.

    • Posted by N Marbletoe, at Reply

      That’s nice, we’ll be too sick to care when Honduras invades.

  7. Posted by remoney, at Reply


  8. Posted by Bernie Rodgers, at Reply

    I gotta agree with ya Jimmy

  9. Posted by chickadee, at Reply

    Hillary Clinton’s “book tour” is actually her campaign to destroy Bernie Sanders health bill, so she can continue to serve her Big Pharma and Big Insurance Industry donors.

  10. Posted by Statutory Grape, at Reply

    Booker is so slimy.

  11. Posted by Slagon Drayer, at Reply

    How about pay for it with a 4% cut to military spending.

    • Posted by Denise Brown, at Reply

      Slagon Drayer Agee

    • Posted by iceberg265, at Reply

      Hell make it a 40% cut in the military and we would still have by far the strongest military the history of the world has ever seen.

    • Posted by Jobri, at Reply

      iceberg265 still on board

    • Posted by T W, at Reply

      1% task on Wall Street speculation is the best suggestion yet.  Look up “Webster Tarpley”

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Slagon Drayer Some great ideas here, showing it CAN work, with minimal sacrifice.

  12. Posted by Steve Folkes, at Reply

    Jimmy and Ron are right: 1) It ain’t gonna happen this time but 2) at least it is getting serious buzz. It’s a start though. That is American politics.

  13. Posted by Ian Peracca, at Reply

    Corey Booker, what a trustable guy (sarcasm).

  14. Posted by Jacqueline Smith, at Reply

    Everyone, including congress needs to be on the same insurance. If someone wants something better then they can pay for it. As a senior you don’t have the choice, they pay for their Medicare out of their social security and if they want something better they have to pay for it.

  15. Posted by Don Post, at Reply

    Right now I’m paying 26% of my monthly income on health insurance. I would LOVE to pay only 4% !!!! That said, I do have a problem with the “undocumented” immigrants issue. Now, if these people are paying taxes, then no problem. Trouble there is, many illegals are paid cash under the table by American dirtbags who are simply out to exploit a very cheap labor source.

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Don Post Then the answer is, like Reagan once stated, a path to citizenship to make them taxpayers, for everyone’s benefit.

    • Posted by russbren bowles, at Reply

      Don Post I do agree Hwvr the undocumented portion is probably in there to ensure failure of the bill or as a bargaining chip …I do not support undocumented ..start your paperwork towards citizenship , pax taxes & I don’t have a prob w either . Hwvr it’s about time employers who pay cash to these undocumented workers get serious jail time & a hefty fine . I trained plenty of foreigners to build communication towers & sites w NP . All they had to do was show/prove they were paying US taxes . 9 out of 10 were and their papers seemed in order as well .
      Peeps the tower industry is short 10,000 personnel
      Dangerous yes is ok
      Coal miners make more and is bttr regulated by Gov for safety
      Tower worker injuries ..what injuries according to WC carriers
      & OSHA not investigating work place injuries etc .
      I don’t condone coal mining Hwvr it is much safer than towers w bttr pay & benefits ..actually a pension . COMMUNICATION tower industry has had all efforts to unionize shut down by Gov’t itself ..since it was deregulated in the 90’s . This is and always has been a fraud perpetrated By George Bush
      Imagine a president deregulation coal mining & disbanding the Unions ..well this is what happened to the tower industry ..Fraud by Fed Gov w ATG’S not doing their jobs either in all the US states …No agency fought this fraud that I know of
      & the American people let the workers down …it should be regulated properly & it should be Union as it once was

    • Posted by Ace Diamonds, at Reply

      any healthcare plan should cover everyone in the US, or its pointless. its not like illegals dont go to the hospital. if they get treatment and cant pay that raises costs for everyone.

  16. Posted by Antoniel Acosta, at Reply

    My wife has asma she needs to take an steroid every day the steroid cost with out insurance it’s $395 dollas for a month supply, with insurance it’s $95 bucks but we found the same exactly drug in México guess how much it cost? $15 dollars, $15 dollars Mexicans don’t even have to pay because they have medical insurance for free to all the working class, so you can have an idea how broken our medical system is.

    • Posted by Laverne Johnson, at Reply

      Antoniel Acosta here is a solution for you. Go to Mexico

    • Posted by Madison Bold, at Reply

      I have Crohn’s disease. My medication costs $1,100 per month out of pocket. I would literally die (albeit slowly) if I did not have a job that offered great insurance. Oh yeah I’m also 24, diagnosed at 19 mid college semester. I guess I should have pulled myself up by the bootstraps right? Before or after I ripped the IV out of my arm during my hospitalization???

    • Posted by Drew Taylor, at Reply

      Laverne Johnson You mean like the 9/11 responders had to go to Cuba to get medical treatment because our own government wouldn’t. GTFOH.

  17. Posted by Matt Houston, at Reply

    Hey Jimmy Dore, so the California dems “find a way” to get out of supporting single payer? Like the fact that the current proposal would cost more than double of the state’s ENTIRE BUDGET per year. Yeah, real slick loop hole those dirty corporate dems found.

    Maybe you should actually think about how to solve a problem some time, instead just yelling about what/who you don’t like all the time…

    … like a Republican!!!

    Ohhhhhhhhhh SNAP!

  18. Posted by ahilema, at Reply


  19. Posted by J. R., at Reply

    The “Unfunded Liabilities” of Medicare and Social Security are already a MAJOR concern – the $trillions that will be needed to sustain those programs in the future. Future generations may not receive SS benefits until they are well past 70. People are living LONGER. The harsh reality is that Social Security wasn’t designed to finance 20 to 30 years of retirement. There is some indication the system may be unable to pay beneficiaries by 2052.