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Jon Ossoff Banks On Women


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Jon Ossoff believes the women vote will certainly be crucial to winning his political election. Cenk Uygur, Hannah Cranston, and Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us what you think in the comment area below.

" WASHINGTON– Democratic House prospect Jon Ossoff said it was mainly women who moved his remarkably successful war Republican competing Karen Handel, which he nearly beat in a special political election Tuesday night in a historically red Georgia area.

" This is a tale concerning ladies in this area," Ossoff claimed after a first-place main showing that places him in a drainage with Handel.

" This boils down to grassroots intensity," Ossoff added on MSNBC Wednesday. "The thousands of volunteers and organizers, a lot of it led by women that have been battering the sidewalk and also knocking on doors for months here in Georgia, and it's that sort of grassroots energy that will certainly carry us to triumph on June 20."

Handel gained prestige in 2012, when she took goal at females's healthcare as an executive at Susan G. Komen for the Treatment. The Huffington Post has actually reported that she silently owned the charity's questionable decision to cut off gives to Planned Parenthood for bust cancer screenings due to her own resistance to abortion rights. The Komen organization insisted its decision had absolutely nothing to do with abortion politics, yet internal e-mails showed Handel instigated the step and also planned how to rotate it due to the fact that wished to damage connections with Planned Parenthood."

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  3. Posted by Armando G, at Reply

    Isn’t ossoff a corporate tool? If so what’s the difference between a dem or Repub. both represent corporate interest

    • Posted by Harish Yalamanchili, at Reply

      I agree he can be for single payer healthcare and also support business community which will make him a pretty strong candidate.

      But he is focused on local issues and representing people of his district. He comes from a suburban middle class, upper middle class district where most people will have to pay more if a single payer health care is instituted.

      But still I agree, he would be better off to support a single payer healthcare. Raising national minimum wage to 12$/hr makes sense and garners 100% support. In cities 15$/hr is most appropriate.

    • Posted by Shaw Foyet, at Reply

      Medicare for All is a blessing for business [Businesses would save over $9,400 a year in health care costs for the average employee] but still Ossoff doesn’t stop refusing Mediare for all which 2 out of 3 americans support. The U.S. spends more on health care per person, and as a percentage of gross domestic product, than any other advanced nation in the world, including Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. But all that money has not made Americans healthier than the rest of the world. Quite simply, in our high-priced health care system that leaves millions overlooked, we spend more yet end up with less.

      Other industrialized nations are making the morally principled and financially responsible decision to provide universal health care to all of their people—and they do so while saving money by keeping people healthier. Those who say this goal is unachievable are selling the American people short.

      Americans need a health care system that works for patients and providers. We need to focus our federal investments on training the health care providers. We need to ensure a strong health care workforce in all communities now and in the future. We need to build on the strength of the 50 years of success of the Medicare program. We need a health care system that significantly reduces overhead, administrative costs and complexity. We need a system where all people can get the care they need to maintain and improve their health when they need it regardless of income, age or socioeconomic status. We need a system that works not just for millionaires and billionaires, but for all of us.

      Under the plan, Americans will benefit from the freedom and security that comes with finally separating health insurance from employment. That freedom would not only help the American people live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives, but it would also promote innovation and entrepreneurship in every sector of the economy. People would be able to start new businesses, stay home with their children or leave jobs they don’t like knowing that they would still have health care coverage for themselves and their families. Employers could be free to focus on running their business rather than spending countless hours figuring out how to provide health insurance to their employees. Working Americans wouldn’t have to choose between bargaining for higher wages or better health insurance. Parents wouldn’t have to worry about how to provide health insurance to their children. Americans would no longer have to fear losing their health insurance if they lose their job, change employment or go part-time. Seniors and people with serious or chronic illnesses could afford the medications necessary to keep them healthy without worry of financial ruin. Millions of people will no longer have to choose between health care and other necessities like food, heat and shelter, and will have access to services that may have been out of reach, like dental care or long-term care.

      Simply put, The plan will provide all Americans with the sense of freedom and peace of mind that comes from knowing you always have access to the health care you need.

      THE PLAN
      The plan would create a federally administered single-payer health care program. Universal single-payer health care means comprehensive coverage for all Americans. The plan will cover the entire continuum of health care, from inpatient to outpatient care; preventive to emergency care; primary care to specialty care, including long-term and palliative care; vision, hearing and oral health care; mental health and substance abuse services; as well as prescription medications, medical equipment, supplies, diagnostics and treatments. Patients will be able to choose a health care provider without worrying about whether that provider is in-network and will be able to get the care they need without having to read any fine print or trying to figure out how they can afford the out-of-pocket costs.

      As a patient, all you need to do is go to the doctor and show your insurance card. Bernie’s plan means no more copays, no more deductibles and no more fighting with insurance companies when they fail to pay for charges.

      We outspend all other countries on the planet and our medical spending continues to grow faster than the rate of inflation. Creating a single, public insurance system will go a long way towards getting health care spending under control. The United States has thousands of different health insurance plans, all of which set different reimbursement rates across different networks for providers and procedures resulting in high administrative costs. Two patients with the same condition may get very different care depending on where they live, the health insurance they have and what their insurance covers. A patient may pay different amounts for the same prescription depending solely on where the prescription is filled. Health care providers and patients must navigate this complex and bewildering system wasting precious time and resources.

      By moving to an integrated system, the government will finally have the ability to stand up to drug companies and negotiate fair prices for the American people collectively. It will also ensure the federal government can track access to various providers and make smart investments to avoid provider shortages and ensure communities can access the providers they need.

      The plan will cost over $6 trillion less than the current health care system over the next ten years.

      The United States currently spends $3 trillion on health care each year—nearly $10,000 per person. Reforming our health care system, simplifying our payment structure and incentivizing new ways to make sure patients are actually getting better health care will generate massive savings. This plan has been estimated to save the American people and businesses over $6 trillion over the next decade.

      The typical middle class family would save over $5,000 under this plan.

      Last year, the average working family paid $4,955 in premiums and $1,318 in deductibles to private health insurance companies. Under this plan, a family of four earning $50,000 would pay just $466 per year to the single-payer program, amounting to a savings of over $5,800 for that family each year.

      Businesses would save over $9,400 a year in health care costs for the average employee.

      The average annual cost to the employer for a worker with a family who makes $50,000 a year would go from $12,591 to just $3,100.

    • Posted by Harish Yalamanchili, at Reply

      Like I said earlier I believe it is better for him to support Single payer rather than not.

  4. Posted by Darksider, at Reply

    Spoiler alert… Ossoff won’t win.

    • Posted by TLOMe, at Reply

      +Short Names 6th district voters take note. Dems have not learned anything. They still have the upmost contempt for you and expect your vote. Notice me, the Republican, pointing out that you are not inbreds living in an undeveloped backwards area and instead live in an area where the median income is $73,000 with a 93% high school graduation rate and a 56% percent college graduation rate.

    • Posted by Short Names, at Reply

      TLOMe In the districts that voted for her and districts that voted for Obama, but not her. That’s more than enough to get a supermajority in the house.

    • Posted by Short Names, at Reply

      TLOMe I’m not a Dem… Democrats like Hillary and Obama are center-right moderate conservatives. I’m a REAL Leftist.

    • Posted by TLOMe, at Reply

      +Short Names 6th district voters take note. Don’t vote for real leftists because they have the upmost contempt for you and expect your vote.

  5. Posted by aquarius198, at Reply

    make sure to not talk (make video) about the paris attacks today.

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      it was a Muslim terrorist Jihadist who mass murdered French in the name of Islam

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      You maggots.

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  8. Posted by Clean Green Earth for all, at Reply

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    ― J.K. Rowling
    Let’s all come together and spread love and peace 😉

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  9. Posted by David D Eli, at Reply

    why are the Democrats giving the seat so much attention when we know he will go to Washington and behave like a blue dog Democrat because it’s a Republican district

    • Posted by WDE1121, at Reply

      David D Eli so let’s not try to win any Republican districts?

    • Posted by David D Eli, at Reply

      +WDE1121​ i never said that if he goes to Washington and votes with Republicans 80% of the time because he won a Republican district you tell me how does that help me as a progressive??

    • Posted by David D Eli, at Reply

      +WDE1121 you want a seat that cost 8 million dollars for him to agree with Republicans majority of the time what’s the logic in that??

  10. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    i really hope he wins in June. it really is bizzare when you have a female canidate not fight for women’s rights.

    • Posted by Darksider, at Reply

      +Sean Ryan Do you understand that the right wing is not some monolithic movement? In fact it is far more ideologically diverse than the left. I know I was a leftist once.

    • Posted by Sterling, at Reply

      My ideas aren’t complete nonsense. If you have a single payer system where women get free birth control and clinics that would drastically help lower the rate of abortions in the country as we all know. However if you also tax women who get an abortion, it will heavily discourage women to get the abortions, which would possibly make Christians happy or tolerate the solution. That is called a sin tax, it’s not an action that should be illegal but it should definitely be discouraged and that is where the tax comes in.

      Also look at it this way. If we tax abortions and then legalize, tax, and regulate recreational drug usage just think about the amount of tax dollars the government would have to spare with helping more and more people. That money from an abortion tax could help pay for infrastructure spending, education, medicine, and much more.

      Just because women make the argument that it is their body doesn’t make the argument valid enough to have free abortions. Sure they can get an abortion, but they should expect to pay a tax along with it.

      Now if it was detrimental to the mother’s life or the child, that’s different. There should be no tax for that, but what I am referring to is women who are irresponsible with protection methods.

    • Posted by Darksider, at Reply

      +Rocket_Raichu985 Rape and incest cases only account for less than 4% of abortions. It’s insane to legislate based off of that. No one is going to deny an abortion in those cases. Those circumstances are the only cases I would support tax money being involved with abortion. Everything else you are on your own.

  11. Posted by sullyFL, at Reply

    Progressives should be boycotting the Ossoff election. He’s an anti-single-payer neolib. The Dem Party will never change unless there are consequences for nominating corporatists.

    • Posted by disinfect777, at Reply

      +Cynthric And that’s still better than letting the Republicans run the show. You gain absolutely nothing by allowing republicans to rule, but we gain so much by having continuous Democratic rule, regardless of if they’re centrists or leftists. You’re only going to shift America to the left by keep voting left. By protesting and voting green party or not voting at all, we’re only going to go back and forth between D and R. In the case of Georgia, you will never have anything but a centrist or right wing democrat win, and that’s great for the progressive movement in the long run.

    • Posted by Todd Stevens, at Reply

      The lesser of two evils, is no longer acceptable. When both are unacceptable don’t vote for them, period. If that costs a Corporate Democrats a seat, so be it.

      Have some guts and stand behind your principles, don’t ever cave. How little is your integrity worth to you?

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  13. Posted by Olivia Grant, at Reply

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  16. Posted by Fritz Karl, at Reply

    I heard a couple of interviews with Ossoff.
    He never talked about one policy issue. Seems that guy stands for nothing – like Hillary.

    • Posted by D E, at Reply

      So you can’t read?

    • Posted by Fritz Karl, at Reply

      So Ossoff can’t express his policy views orally while being interviewed?
      Maybe he’s applying for the wrong job then.

  17. Posted by Jekyll Hyde, at Reply

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  18. Posted by The Super Psycho Killer, at Reply

    Susan G Komen Foundation is a scam. It is a marketing company. Just donate directly to hospitals.

  19. Posted by Ivan Enfinger, at Reply

    He only did so well because their was 11 Republican candidates. He will lose by 10 points in the run off.