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  • kxh
    +8

    if we leave the federal government in control of everyday healthcare decisions, it is more likely that our healthcare system will devolve into a single-payer system, which would require a massive federal spending increase,

    The US has one of the most expensive health care systems in the world. Most countries with single-payer systems are spend far less money on them.

    • Appaloosa
      +4

      Citizens of many of the countries that have national health care also supplement with personal insurance. It probably takes a combination of the two.

  • NinjaKlaus (edited 1 year ago)
    +6

    It's more than likely they'll move to just repealing at this point, and when that happens you can believe the good and wonderful insurance lobby will be there waiting to craft a new "better" bill to "fix the system."

    Edit: I tend to be on the conservative end of the moderate scale, I am not against a system like that in the UK, I'm just scared of the price to pay to get it. For me, it all comes down to the costs and taxes that I don't want to pay. What most people think with single payer though is Canada I believe where it's not a partnership of public and private insurance options but just a public option. Unless I read that wrong.

  • Gozzin
    +3

    They really think any shit they throw at us will stick.

    I'm so sick of seeing those ugly,arrogant,double chinned old fat men throwing their weight and feces around like they own all of America and can do whatever they please.

  • spacepopper
    +2

    As expected. Trump still sitting on virtually 0 wins.

    • AdelleChattre (edited 1 year ago)
      +2

      I guess we’re not counting stopping the TPP, whose death knell for the American republic was President Obama’s self-proclaimed “highest priority” for years. The man’s a mass of personality disorders and a pathological liar, but at least we can be honest.

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