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Biden’s CORRUPT Healthcare Policy Should Be A Huge Scandal

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Medicare for All advocates just received an early holiday present: a new study from the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst finds that single-payer health care will save the US $5.1 trillion over a decade while drastically cutting working-class Americans’ health spending. It’s the most robust, comprehensive study yet produced on Medicare for All, which has long been in need of easily citable research.

The study analyzes Sen. Bernie Sanders’s Medicare for All Act from top to bottom, elaborating on several key aspects of the bill, including what the transition to a fully public, comprehensive, free-at-the-point-of-use health care system might look like and what impact the program will have on US residents. Most significantly, it answers the most common question single-payer advocates face: “How will we pay for it?”

https://jacobinmag.com/2018/12/medicare-for-all-study-peri-sanders

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Comments

  1. This is similar to auto insurance, to me. At what point does a mandatory expenditure become a tax? And what kind of calamity brings the whole concept of insurance to its knees? It's just a matter of time before it's something…and a ton of people that paid in will be left holding the bill.
    With health, you effectively have to have insurance to access the services. In practice, the first things I think we'll see from universal healthcare is that big box places will become general service providers. And specialists will start private practices. And really, that splits the problem from the rest of it. Tests, checkups, vaccines, all the routine stuff is cheap these days, competitively. So by isolating the specialty work, maybe that gives insight on how to fix the costing problems therein.

  2. We just can't get a president who wants to end the endless wars, wants to get us universal healthcare, and wants to get money out of politics. And they wonder why so many of us don't bother voting.

  3. Hey, Biden didn't put Pete Bootygegg in charge of transportation due to his experience or expertise with transportation. It's a political reward for the support during the election

  4. 68k people a year died from lack of healthcare BEFORE the pandemic, I don't even want to think about how many people are dying during the pandemic for lack of healthcare

  5. 3000 people died on 9/11 and we've spent trillions of dollars invading and occupying countries that had nothing to do with it
    68k people a year die from lack of healthcare and …………………….crickets

  6. Republicans don't offer solutions to improve people's lives
    Democrats offer solutions, but don't implement them

    People will hate the democrats more because they manipulated them into thinking that they would actually help them

  7. We are basically paying for a discount ?
    As long as we have this bias ass media we won’t really be able to change anything my generation don’t really care what happens and it’s freaking sad ?

  8. UBI might look good and shiny on the surface but if you can't make anymore money outside of that stipend well more control because realize 60% of small businesses are never coming back. So m4a looks great also until some elected douche wants to slash it, limit it ect ect. No government. Stop fucking voting and realize we are literally in a war and literally being killed. What would you do in a war?

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