Bernie Sanders Won't Yet Explain Details Of How To Pay For Medicare For All
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November 2, 20193 min read, 576 words

Bernie Sanders Won't Yet Explain Details Of How To Pay For Medicare For AllBernie Sanders Won't Yet Explain Details Of How To Pay For Medicare For All

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Published: November 2, 2019  |  3 min read, 576 words
Bernie Sanders doesn't plan on releasing a detailed plan of how to finance his single-payer Medicare for All plan, he told CNBC's John Harwood on Tuesday. "You're asking me to come up with an exact detailed plan of how every American — how much you're going to pay more in taxes,...
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Balanced
November 3, 2019
An interesting way to understand how the American healthcare system works and how the discourse for the upcoming elections is evolving. In my opinion the article is balanced.
November 3, 2019
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Balanced
November 3, 2019
When I first began reading this article, I was expecting a political hit piece on Bernie because of the somewhat clickbaity headline. In the end, the piece was quite balanced. In the final paragraph, the author goes off track a bit and begins talking about increasing deficit as a result of Trump's tax cut. This part felt rushed and I would've liked more context on how "the federal deficit has grown to nearly $1 trillion."
November 3, 2019
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Political Agenda
November 2, 2019
This article reads like a Bernie Sanders PR piece, and goes so far as to talk about the tax cuts under Trump "creating deficits", and insinuating that the $3.65 trillion in healthcare costs per year will somehow be less than the $1 trillion in tax cuts over 5 years. The idiocy of putting forth a plan with no idea how to pay for it is ridiculous, and it is an attempt to obfuscate the truth from voters.
November 2, 2019
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November 5, 2019
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