Healthcare

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You were saying that it would be free to $60,000, Only free fot extremely poor people when it kicks in. People will get help up to I believe $88,000. Therefor not free, they will get susidies.

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AND 1/3 of the subsidy will still go into the hands of Health Ins. Co. middlemen. it won't be spent on actual health care.

It's just another way to re-direct enormous sums of money from Main Street into very few hands.

Retired Monk - "Ideology is a disease".

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