Sanders Says All of His Proposals Are 'Fully Paid For'

The stage is set for the first Democratic presidential primary debate for the 2020 election at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

The stage is set for the first Democratic presidential primary debate for the 2020 election at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

Bernie Sanders raised their hands in response to a question from debate moderators about whether they would abolish private health insurance in favor of a government-run plan at the Democratic debate Thursday. "Just a show of hands". Bernie Sanders of Vermont and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio led the charge for scrapping private insurance in favor of "Medicare for All" - a proposal that would let all Americans join the government-sponsored program now reserved for the elderly and a few select groups.

No one mentioned front-runner Joe Biden, who will take the stage with top rival Bernie Sanders and eight other candidates in the second debate on Thursday night. Her words counted the most. Only two candidates raised their hands: NY mayor Bill de Blasio and Senator Elizabeth Warren of MA. That's what insurance companies are doing! "And it formulation guaranteeing neatly being care to all and sundry thru Medicare with out a premiums, no deductibles and no copays". Medicare for all solves that problem.

Her stance may enhance her nomination prospects, within a party that has moved leftward since 2016. "But the question was, 'Would you give up your private insurance for that option?' And I said yes".

But in politics, you don't necessarily win awards for great intentions, or for articulating the most rational arguments.

"That means boldly transforming our dysfunctional system by ending the use of private health insurance, except to cover non-essential care like cosmetic surgeries", Sanders said". How about taking care of American Citizens first!? Indeed, voters in general don't like it when politicians try to take something away. According to the nonpartisan Kaiser Tracking Poll, "Medicare for all" gets a thumbs-up rating, 56 to 42 percent. The numbers are suddenly reversed: 37 percent yes, 58 percent no. Republicans contain signaled they understanding to kind the Sanders bill - and namely its medication of unique internal most plans - a key portion of their 2020 message, raising the stakes of the predominant debate. And on this issue, they wouldn't even need to lie. For example, vision care, dental care, hearing aids, which now are not covered, ' she said.

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Kamala Harris walked back her support for eliminating private health insurance Friday, a day after she raised her hand during a Democratic presidential primary debate to indicate she supported getting rid of it. I'm telling you what the transcript says.

For the Trump campaign and the GOP, that's the flawless video clip - an acknowledgment, from a Democrat, that Warren would imperil "half of America".

After years of defending former Democratic President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare law known as Obamacare from Republican attempts to repeal it, Democrats have struggled during the campaign to agree on the best approach to fixing it.

We asked a question about health care last night that spurred a lot of discussion, as you know.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Sen.

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