We are already paying roughly $600 BILLION more than it would cost to completely cover everyone in our country for 100% of the cost of every medical necessity (even RXs) for life, under HR 676 National Improved Medicare for All (NIMA).

But Republican and Neoliberal Democratic politicians continue to advocate that we should instead, continue to subsidize either the ACA or some other system of mostly for-profit health insurance companies (which have proven to be incapable of covering everyone while remaining profitable).

So exactly who do these politicians suggest we should sacrifice to keep the health insurance industry profitable.... the elderly, the poor, children, the disabled, the middle class, young adults....?

Who should we sacrifice to the Great God Profit?

http://www.pnhp.org/sites/default/files/Funding%20HR%20676_Friedman_7.31.13_proofed.pdf

http://www.pnhp.org/sites/default/files/Friedman Executive Summary.pdf

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Gibbon 4 weeks 4 days ago
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That's the problem; They simply don't Care. We cannot "reason" with them. Our best bet is to awaken their useful Idiot class -- but THEY are so transfixed into the tunnelvision of their own ignorant FOX "righteousness" -- by the propaganda machine of these thieves -- they may never awaken from their lifelong slumber of stupidity (& needless cancer/overdose/alcohol deaths). We have a lot of work -- and with the climate as it is -- even our youngest champions have little time. Since East India the fight has been Human against our Frankenstein Korporations {Health Insurance & Other}. So far We are Losing, badly -- but This is a relatively New Fight -- if it weren't for the horrible destruction caused by these Monsters (see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwMmBhKyc7E) WE (our grandchildren?) might be able to Defeat them &, hopefully, mitigate some of the destruction they cause to our planet & animals..?

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