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Don’t Let Establishment Tell You Medicare For All Is Crazy


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Medicare for all is exceptionally prominent with the American individuals. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us exactly what you believe in the remark area listed below.

" It's long been a plan desire for lots of liberals, but Democrats that live in states as well as areas that were brought in 2016 by Trump are particular to be conscious the political threats of supporting just what Republicans call mingled medicine.

Still, dynamic companies began a major press last week.

The Progressive Change Campaign Committee, which calls itself the "Elizabeth Warren wing" of the party, distributed an application beginning March 28 seeking assistance for Sanders' proposition, mentioning that all Democrats on the tally in 2018 "must publicly support as well as run on" passing the strategy.

The failing of Trump and also House Audio speaker Paul Ryan to shepherd the GOP strategy through your home is one reason liberals are installing a brand-new Medicare-for-all press.

An additional: President Barack Obama– whose name is completely attached to the Affordable Care Act– has left the political phase. That means Democrats do not have to keep back their critiques." *.

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  1. Posted by Paladin Danse, at Reply

    Medicare for all should be a bipartisan policy. It would be the first major step in truly helping people and reforming the political scheme in America today.

    • Posted by chickendinner2012, at Reply

      Republican voters now support it 55-65%

      Keep calling your Reps! 94 Dem’s in Congress now are Cosponsoring hr676! 99 still aren’t and need to be pressured.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      The establishment is proud of Paladin Danse for helping them push medicare for all.

    • Posted by Paladin Danse, at Reply

      John Sanchez I don’t know if you’re joking.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      Why would you take facts as jokes?

  2. Posted by ElectroLyte, at Reply

    “Medicare for all??? Sounds like TERRORISM!!”

    – Fox News

    • Posted by Mark Grayson, at Reply

      Medcare for all means higher taxes and subpar care. i would rather have a free market based healthcare before goverment got involved.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      Yep, single payer has a 100% failure rate. Only free market health services works.

    • Posted by thethe, at Reply

      I’m not sure why you think this. I moved away from the US 13 years ago and I can’t imagine going back and having to deal with health care there now. We have (basically) a single payer system where I live and it is fantastic.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      Yeah, since the U.S. went toward socialized medicine (profits before people) it has gotten worse.
      The U.S. needs free market health services like it had in the 1960s and 1970s.
      thethe, why do you hate the poor?

  3. Posted by scotaloo7 7g7, at Reply

    Apparently everyone who disagrees with medicare for all is somehow part of the establishment.

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      scotaloo7 7g7 “Apparently everyone who disagrees with medicare for all is somehow part of the establishment.”

      Not necessarily “part of” but certainly PRO-Establishment. I’m dying to hear an argument for why any working person would “disagree with Medicare-for-All”. Please enlighten us.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      Kevin Establishment Montrond with your 38+ accounts. Just because you want the rich and powerful to get richer doesn’t mean everyone does.
      The 1% don’t make money if people die, only governments (rich and powerful you shill for) do.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      WikeddTung is an establishment shilling troll.

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      LOL, how do you figure that John?

  4. Posted by John O'Malley, at Reply

    This will happen eventually. We just have to keep on fighting.

    • Posted by Christopher Columbus, at Reply

      John O’Malley socialist scum

  5. Posted by eliw 6965, at Reply

    The establishment only care about capitalizing off the American people, they don’t care if we have cancer or any fatal diseases.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      They should. If people die, the economy goes with them.

    • Posted by Anon Number, at Reply

      Not if we keept the birth rate up and just keep them living enough to bleed them. You know, kinda like when you torture someone. And you are wrong eliw6965, they do care. It’s very important to them that Americans have cancer and fatal diseases because thats where the money is.

  6. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    What Trumptards don’t realize is that trump himself pushed for this several times before in the past. Reality has a liberal bias.

    • Posted by Don The Con, at Reply

      I say whatever is politically convenient at the time. Do you know I once proposed a 10% wealth tax on the rich to pay off the national debt. Look it up. I will say anything and everything and my dopey supporters will eat it up.

    • Posted by Alex Cuellar, at Reply

      +Don The Con that’s genius ! Mr. Cheeto you are amazing MAGA!

  7. Posted by Sam Ravi, at Reply

    If we can afford to have the largest military in the world and welfare for the rich, in the form of bailouts, we can afford to give everyone healthcare in this country.

    • Posted by EASYTIGER10, at Reply

      +John Sanchez. I don’t want the government involved in my healthcare either. That’s why I’m glad I live in the UK where we have the NON governmental NON profit making National Health Service. I’d HATE to live in a country where my healthcare was decided by insurance companies whose top priority is PROFIT. Now THAT is scary.

    • Posted by Dina, at Reply

      Damn right! I can’t imagine living in a country where healthcare isn’t free at the point of delivery. And for those who can afford it or don’t like NHS, they have the option to go private; but nobody goes without!

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      Dina, you don’t live in a country where health services are free.

    • Posted by EASYTIGER10, at Reply

      She didn’t say they were free, she said they were FREE AT THE POINT OF DELIVERY. Like the police are for you.

  8. Posted by King Bladwin IV, at Reply

    Cruz already owned sanders in a debate about healthcare. Sanders has no right to talk.

    • Posted by Austin Zappas, at Reply

      America’s Imperialist wtf r u even talking about

    • Posted by Dan Mason, at Reply

      Define the word “own”.

    • Posted by Dan Mason, at Reply

      “Sanders has no RIGHT to talk”
      If you don’t like free speech, then you can GET OUT!

    • Posted by deadby15, at Reply

      People in Germany, France, Britain, Scandinavian countries, Japan, Australia, etc. have been enjoying socialized health care for decades and they are usually happier than Americans. So who’s dying in misery exactly? LOL.

  9. Posted by Tamara Figge, at Reply

    Medicare for all is not free! I have Medicare and it costs me plenty, so if people are afraid of it because it will get us into more debt, I say “poppycock”!!! It is not free and people will still have to pay something, it just won’t be highway robbery.

    • Posted by Mark Grayson, at Reply

      well what country do you live in? because i know a lot of them have worst problems than the US.

    • Posted by spj771, at Reply

      Which country do you live in that you think “socialised medicine” is bad? What is your experience with it? Name a country with single payer that the majority of people want to change to a for profit system.

    • Posted by beatthisroot, at Reply

      Mark Grayson
      I live in Scandinavia. Do tell, why life is worse here than in the US. I’m genuinely interested.

    • Posted by Tamara Figge, at Reply

      beatthisroot Norway is the happiest country on earth. Also I know Denmark is also a great country. People are extremely happy there and they all have healthcare for their citizens. Sounds like a no brainer to me. I can’t understand these people who are against single payer in the US. They listen to the rich corporatist propaganda and are brainwashed into thinking it is bad. How stupid can a person be? I guess pretty stupid because all the Republicans here are against it.

    • Posted by beatthisroot, at Reply

      Tamara Figge
      All the Nordic countries are positioned very well in all these international quality of life assessment lists. So, yeah, I agree, and also can verify this to be true from personal experience.

  10. Posted by Thomas Blackburn, at Reply

    Don’t worry America, you’ll catch up to first world countries in healthcare eventually.

    • Posted by Thomas Blackburn, at Reply

      guildgsx hahahahahaha

  11. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    I love how the so-called establishment fights socialism tooth and nail , but is totally okay with basically being an oligarch because the 1% is literally running this country! hell, I say if we can get Medicare for all why not……… Because it least that way we’re getting something out of having our rights or freedoms sold to the highest bidder known as political constituencies!

    • Posted by Mark Grayson, at Reply

      socialized healthcare is subpar, to lower cost you have to let the free market work.

    • Posted by spj771, at Reply

      We have some of the highest costs, please explain where in the world “the free market” is working so well.

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +spj771 IKR! Lol

    • Posted by Zaprozhan, at Reply

      The US spends the MOST per capita on healthcare, but has low-to-middle-of-the-pack results. Many countries have socialized healthcare, lower costs per capita and better results. The problem is you are making an essential service, like water, electricity, a for-profit enterprise. These companies have you over a barrel if they are for-profit, and they’ll squeeze you for every dime.

  12. Posted by munky342, at Reply

    healthcare for everyone in a country should be a human right. there are plenty of countries that have it.

    without the NHS i would likely be dead now. at the very least i would have lost my right hand and had severe problems with my left leg. the NHS fixed me up and asked for no money. (obviously i pay indirectly through taxes, national insurance etc.)

    it’s stupid that in America if you don’t have money or insurance then you’re just fucked.

    • Posted by munky342, at Reply

      whyamimrpink78 if i were to die tomorrow i wouldn’t even care. I’d be dead. your point?

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      munky342 In every system someone dies. Your story does not mean anything. Many died because of the NHS

    • Posted by stephen mroz, at Reply

      Stephen no, you dont understand. The condition they have is related to their work so whoever employs them should have to pay their medical bills.

    • Posted by Mark Grayson, at Reply

      you mean the NHS that have been on strike? or the NHS that have shortages in doctors and nurses? you mean that subpar NHS.

  13. Posted by EgyptianGod0, at Reply

    How tf does a Trump ad preface this video.

    • Posted by Melanoma Trump, at Reply

      Ha me too and NRA yesterday. Bizarro.

    • Posted by Daryl McSweeney, at Reply

      The Young Turks don’t choose the ads that appear on this vids. The ads are selected by randomized bots based on text relevance, predicted view count, and some other factors. YT are a politics and news channel. So political ads “make sense” for this channel to the bots.

  14. Posted by dick casablancas, at Reply

    The problem is to say Medicare for all, government run healthcare, and free healthcare doesn’t explain the amount of money you pay for it. Taxes raise to 40-50% of your income with SS and all the other taxes. And the problem is that’s NOT top line insurance and surgery for something like a torn rotator cuff may take 6+ months instead of 2 weeks especially the more people use it. And of you want better insurance not only do you pay for that but you still have to pay for the other garbage you don’t use. I lived in Vancouver on and off for 5 years and the people there hated it because not only was the cost of living so high they paid so much money on taxes that even we paying jobs made them live in low income housing or extremely expensive run down 1 bedroom apartments.

  15. Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

    The establishment is the one pushing medicare for all, dumbass corporatists.

  16. Posted by Matt Weber, at Reply

    We can’t afford Medicare in it’s current form. It would be foolish and irresponsible to expand it to cover all Americans. Even Cenk’s favorite source of information, Huffington Post, acknowledges that it would be a huge additional burden on the federal budget.

    And there are other results of socialized medicine. Many doctors in Canada have left the public hospitals for the private sector hospitals where the pay and conditions are better and they have more freedom to run their practices as they choose. That led to a shortage of physicians and healthcare rationing at the public hospitals.

    There are also moral implications. You can’t guarantee universal provision of a service unless you’re willing to effectively coerce someone, doctors in this case, to provide it. That’s why the rights originally laid out in our Bill of Rights were protections against government abuse rather than guarantees of government provision.

    • Posted by Don M, at Reply

      And how did we get those enemies? By invading countries we have no business being in.

      The countries on the other side of the world can rely in their own militaries. We have no reason to be invading anyone in the middle east. Of course there’s the monetary interest but the industrial military complex shouldn’t be using our military for their own ends to begin with.

    • Posted by Matt Weber, at Reply

      Don M Socialized medicine doesn’t come without a cost. That cost is usually a huge tax burden, lower quality health care and in many cases, long waiting periods and rationing. Not to mention the loss freedom that occurs whenever personal responsibility is surrendered to the government.

    • Posted by Matt Weber, at Reply

      Don M That was a Trump campaign position, to abandon NATO allies that aren’t spending the agreed upon percentage of their budget on defense.

    • Posted by Don M, at Reply

      Trump is on record saying we should be no where near Syria. He says we should focus on USA first. He’s said that many many times. But then again he’s on record saying every American should have health insurance too.

  17. Posted by Jason Nysa Cleomedes, at Reply

    NY State is trying to pass universal healthcare. It passed the assembly, but is a few votes short in the senate.

  18. Posted by Heinz Rorschach, at Reply

    If Germany can do it, USA can do it too.

  19. Posted by James Brown, at Reply