As a young man, and even later in life, I would run to my father with an idea or business proposal. I’d make the case and then he would always say in Spanish “Ya hicistes los numeritos” or a Cuban Spanish version of “did you run the numbers”?
Well, maybe a few Democrats are starting to run the numbers and realize that “Medicare for All” won’t cut it in front of real people.
According to news reports, support for Medicare for All goes down when people hear that you are going to take away their private health insurance.
In fact, the opposition is very clear:
In a Hill-HarrisX survey released Thursday, 13 percent of respondents said they would prefer a health care system that covers all citizens and doesn’t allow for private plans, an approach that is sometimes referred to as “single-payer.”
The most popular option, at 32 percent, consisted of a universal, government […]
Read the full story from The American Thinker
Want more BFT? Leave us a voicemail on our page or follow us on Twitter @BFT_Podcast and Facebook @BluntForceTruthPodcast. We want to hear from you! There’s no better place to get the #BluntForceTruth.