Bernie Sanders: Health care is a right, not a privilege



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21 comments

  1. I’m a brit we have free healthcare called the nhs. It’s something we cherish. However we also know its a privilege and not a human right.

  2. Hi from Canada! Regarding socialized medicine…we pay a good chunk in taxes (42%) toward healthcare and we are barely handling it now. ie. long waits at Hospitals for emergency services, backlog of diagnostic services and delays of months to years for elective procedures.
    By 2030 we will be totally screwed! That's when the bulk of the baby boomer population gets really old and will continue to get really old until about 2050. This will put a HUGE burden on our healthcare system.

  3. Coming from a man who never created a product or service nobody never needed or wanted. Hey putz. Stay the hell away from my health care.

  4. My best friend died in an emergency room in eNGLAND while the fucking beaurocrats decided where he should go to get treatment. But at least it was fREE..

  5. Bernie will guarantee a tRUMP landslide. As will everyone. Left or Right. Such a bunch of complete and utter wANKERS. Such a joy to behold.

  6. Dearest Bernie . The English get free dental care. . Say no more. Free is not so great when the free stuff is crap. .

  7. Forget the picture! 😁 I'm currently 65+ and US citizen. I enjoy MEDICARE and as most retirees, I pay PLAN B as the current fee is deducted from my SS check ~$135.00 or so a month. Do you want to know my ANSWER to Bernie's stupid agenda of MEDICARE FOR ALL = NOBODY? I STOP PAYING PLAN B!!!! NO MORE DEDUCTIBLES FROM MY SS CHECK! What would that mean? It means that those who chose no to have a PLAN B will be forced (pressured) to pay for it in order to sustain the cost of that massive, government ran idiocy!

  8. Easy solution: Make universal health care voluntary. If you don't pay the dues, you don't get the benefits. That's fair right?

  9. Historical data show Medicare/Medicaid and Health Insurance accelerating the inflation of medical care costs.

    History of Health Spending in the United States, 1960-2013
    https://www.cms.gov/Research-Statistics-Data-and-Systems/Statistics-Trends-and-Reports/NationalHealthExpendData/Downloads/HistoricalNHEPaper.pdf

  10. Compare the free market’s influence in decreasing costs with the federal government’s & health insurance's role in inflating them.

    “the inflation-adjusted price of LASIK eye surgery declined by 25 percent between 1999 and 2011, even as quality markedly improved. Notably, third-party payers (including the government) generally do not cover the procedure and so ophthalmologists have had to compete directly for consumer dollars. Similarly, though the price of healthcare grew at double the rate of inflation between 1992 and 2012, the price of cosmetic surgery — for which consumers pay almost exclusively out of pocket — grew at less than half the rate of inflation. These examples also highlight that when consumers are spending their own dollars and shopping accordingly, providers have greater incentives to improve quality and cut costs.”

    https://spectator.org/cabinet-secretaries-third-party-payers-distort-health-market/?fbclid=IwAR0_CbLuxzU7k9qyoAH_-RW8GHTzIi-5zzQxaCN6cWlA7GEUU2LQV6FzxBo

  11. There's a real problem with not having enough doctors and rural areas suffer the most.

    "Seventy-six percent of primary care residents received 50 or more job solicitations during their medical training while 55% received 100 or more, survey data shows."

    https://www.healthleadersmedia.com/strategy/doctors-demand-new-physicians-flooded-job-offers

  12. Health care is NOT a right! It is not a privilege. It is a COMMODITY! Health care is a service provided by people who have invested their time, energy and resources over years to study and understand the human body, its construction, diseases, and ailments and have worked out ways to repair and assist in the healing of such. They did this with the perfectly reasonable expectation of a return on that investment and are entitled to compensation for their expertise. This is a free country and the government does not now nor will it EVER have the right to compel health care providers into service. You bleeding hearts need to get it into your thick heads. You can not legislate morals or compassion. Bernie Sanders will never be president. And the United States will NEVER be a socialist country.

  13. Healthcare and life insurance

    Do you need a quote today ? Do you need life insurance for your family. God forbid if you don't come home the next day what would they do? Well you're in the right place come consult with a local senior representative today

    http://m.me/myronhealthandlifeinsuranceneeds

  14. But how are you going to pay for it is the key question. It is estimated that it will cost 2.5 to 3.0 trillion dollars. And this is the most moderate number out there. Even if you tax every billionaire 90% income/capital gain tax, you will be short by 2 trillion dollars. Like how are you planning on doing this?

  15. Old, impractical, populist.
    I use Medicare, unlike Bernie. My Medicare Part B cost me $1608 last year. Paid for one office visit and one flu shot. Do the math. I was molested. Each hospital admission has a copay of $1364. Bernie fans are clueless.
    Instead, a PROGRESSIVE employer/employee payroll tax for for ALL hospital stays, a kind of self insurance, no copay, no deductible. Primary Care and Drugs out of pocket, BUT WITH A CALENDAR CAP. Just booting private insurance saves $50 billion (net profit $13B) And with forensic audits we can prevent $500 dollar q-tip bills. Hospital single payer for the left, for profit hospitals for the right. Win-Win. Kick insurance in the shins.

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