There are many people who stoutly defend establishing single payer “health care coverage” in the United States mainly through a “Medicare For All” proposal already presented to Congress by Senator Bernie Sanders, I-VT.
As the people of the United States try to correct the disastrous effects of the Affordable (more like Unaffordable) Care Act, the single payer advocates have become not-so-strangely noisier than ever, and what a coincidence because Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a proposal in September to establish a socialist system of single payer health care fondly known by the leftists as “Medicare for All.”
After I wrote my previous blog post about two important principles expressed during the Free Market Medical Association conference, the truth of those principles have continued to be confirmed in my mind throughout the past week, and will, no doubt, continue to be.
The Senate Republicans finally managed to do it! … Kind of, but not really.
For a little while now, I have been giving most of the Republican senators the benefit of the doubt (huge doubt) as they convened and tried to work out a good solution for repealing and replacing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act although I feared a lot of high payout deal-making, which always stinks to high heaven.