Can’t say I’m surprised. Her and Feinstein, the proud liberal politicians from the state of California, will go down swinging to ensure single payer doesn’t come to pass. Absolutely disgraceful. She should’ve stepped aside the moment the Democrats lost everything to the Republicans. New leadership is desperately needed, new leadership is coming. Kick out the bums.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) declined Tuesday to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders’ single-payer healthcare bill, say…
You don’t say!
“The fact that we have spent so much time talking about Russia, you know, has been a distraction from what should be the clear contrast between Democrats and the Trump agenda, which is on economics.”
“The fact that we have spent so much time talking about Russia, you know, has been a distraction,” he says.
Please explain how California is so “liberal” when Senator Diane Fienstein has been been in office for nearly 30 years and has only done TWO town halls the entire time? This lady is the antithesis of liberalism.
She supports bombing Syria but doesn’t support universal healthcare. Time to vote her out! #primaryFienstein
California’s Sen. Dianne Feinstein faced a largely friendly Los Angeles crowd at town hall Thursday, though the crowd came with a resou…
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Single payer will save money and lives!
“Well, the Republican plan, which was defeated, was just a meaner version of the Affordable Care Act. Unfortunately, both of those acts have left the private insurance industry in the center of the healthcare system. And we actually need to get the private health insurance industry out. Their overhead and profits and the overhead that they impose on doctors and hospitals are costing us $500 billion annually that we do not need to be spending, $500 billion annually that we could save through a single-payer program, use that money to cover the 26 million Americans who now have no coverage, and then to improve the coverage of insured Americans, who often have insurance they can’t afford to use because of the high copayments, the high deductibles.”
On Friday, House Republicans failed to muster enough support to pass the GOP healthcare plan, which some call Trumpcare. In response, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has announced he will soon introduce a bill to create a single-payer healthcare system. Several progressive groups are backing a single…