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Why do Socialist Liberals like Bernie Sanders push Globalist Healthcare upon Americans, when that isn't what we want as a whole country?

Sure some do, but most don't. It's because the Democrats do whatever they want, and get away with it! 

Why does the middle Class in this country suffer so much, and is hard to keep up bills wise? Well when an extra portion of your paycheck

goes towards paying for healthcare for other people, that's part of your answer right there. When Obama was president, and the house and senate was controlled

by the Democratic Party, people on welfare, and food stamps went up dramatically, and jobs were hard to find. 

The Democrats will keep forcing things upon Americans, weather we like it or not.

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I want health care that is affordable, and I don't really care how we get there as long as the end result is good. The present model is not good, because health insurance is expensive and paying out of pocket is likewise, yet so many people need health care if they are to stay alive or simply enjoy a higher quality of life. So, to me, this is not an issue of ideology or partisan politics, but one of practicality. We try to organize a society in such a way that people can get what they want and need with reasonable availability and affordability. What does it matter whether this is accomplished via single payer or the free market, just as long as we get there?

 

Given how unreasonable conservatives in particular are being these days, I'll bet we could even set up public education in today's climate if we did not already have it. They would try to make it out to be some horrible socialist government overreach and obstruct, obstruct, obstruct.

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