Basically it's like this. If Hillary cheats her way into the Nomination,Trump will be our president.
Because Bernie backers will be writing in Sanders.
So you people here win then.
But our country loses big.
It won't be Hillary because she is who the GOP wants because more money wasted to repeal Obamacare and more Government shut downs.
With yet another GOP president,he too will not be invited to future Republican debates and any brothers would also be ashamed to say their last name.
And maybe this country WILL hit rock bottom before people wake up and see how to make a real recovery.
Like a fucking alcoholic.
quote:Originally posted by Trenchant_Troll LF, do you have any friends on a single payer system? Brits, Canadians, that prison island Tuba polutes, etc?
I have a few friends in Canada.
And their main complaint is that it takes a while to get an appointment.
But they also say that they would much rather have it the way it is then what we have.
Price of meds alone is drastically lower.
And even those that have private insurance their rates are drastically lower than ours.
So $12,591.00 is the average yearly employer contribution for family coverage per employee according to exhibit A. Divide that by 12 and you have $1,049.25 a month.
40 hours a week times 4 is 160 so divide that by 160 hours and you get $6.5578125 or $6.55 PER HOUR!
So if we had single payer it would cost us 15 Trillion over 10 years. But we save 32 Trillion from private insurance costs.
That saves the employer money and guess who gets a fucking raise?
People that say 15 an hour will raise prices haven't considered this.
And many employers will still insure you for better private insurance coverage at a lower cost because there's real competition now so it's a God Damn Fucking Win Win damn it.
Those that can afford to see a non Medicaid doctor will see much lower lines and be seen that much sooner.
And all the fucking entrepreneurs in many of us will not have to decide between their health coverage or quitting their horrible jobs to pursue their fucking dreams!
You know what really blows my mind?
When has it become acceptable that employers are responsible for your health coverage? That's like sticking your auto insurance coverage to your employer.
The idea here is that we should expect a return to our taxes.
Not let i be gone with the wind.