— CNN (@CNN) November 11, 2015
Only in the fever swamp of this primary would that be considered a sick burn. Sick burns would be covered, btw. https://t.co/ioJYGpHSW0
— Bob Schooley (@Rschooley) November 11, 2015
Beeyotch is totally stealing Bernie’s excellent socialist ideas — for which I suspect Senator Sanders would be thrilled, since he’s more about getting things done than getting the credit. Except, not so much, from the CNN article:
The New Jersey governor responded to a tweet from Clinton in support of Obamacare during Tuesday’s Fox Business Network debate.
“Note to candidates who boast that they’d repeal Obamacare: Healthcare should be a right – not a privilege for those who can’t afford it,” she tweeted.
“What I’d say to the 330 million people of America is grab onto your wallet because Hillary Clinton’s next move is to have universal health care, single-payer system with the government taking over the whole health care system,” he said…
Clinton said Monday at a Windham, New Hampshire, town hall she doesn’t support a Medicare-for-all system.
“First of all, I support Medicare and I support it because it has one of the lowest administrative costs of any insurance provider in America and it is demonized and attacked all the time when the facts are quite contrary,” she said.
“But there are problems with trying to move to a Medicare-for-all system in our country because the majority of people in America get their health care through their employers and maybe it is a choice we wouldn’t had necessarily made,” she added. “But in every bit of work I have done, every research study I have shown, people are not ready to give up their private health care. It is a very hard sell to convince them to do so.”
Dang. But she’s… not wrong, unfortunately. The Repubs haven’t updated their lies any over the last twenty years, but Hillary has gotten infinitely better at respondng to them.
Apart from the usual, what’s on the agenda for the evening?