In 2008, single-payer health care was a fringe idea. Now, its opponents are the ones who have to explain themselves.
Tuesday is a chance to start seeking answers about a single-payer health care system in America.
Is someone going to make the case for Medicare for All at a hearing about Medicare for All?
It would create a big government plan but keep a role for private insurance.
But that doesn't mean the United States would get the same results.
The Minnesota congressman just replaced retiring Rep. John Conyers as chief sponsor of the main single-payer bill.
The Vermont senator delighted in circumventing the television networks.
So much for states' rights!
Max Baucus' comments show how far the debate has shifted.
Left-leaning groups want the issue to be a litmus test for Democrats.
The Boston event was part of the Second Annual Medicare-for-All National Day of Action put on by Students for a National
Instead of a left-right issue, health care reform has become a top-down issue--corporate profits and oligarchy vs. democracy and the public interest.
visit: http://www.johngeymanmd.org We have to face some inconvenient facts about what we are already spending--and wasting