Were we watching different debates? She didn't get destroyed or eaten by her own.
And wtf are you on about with this? "her super secret won't admit to anything tax"... trump's delirious conspiracies are infectious, apparently.
I don't feel like you ever want to discuss anything in good faith, so I risk wasting my time here but if I'm being honest, I don't think Warren is that keen on free healthcare. I think she's down to push it through if someone else does the legwork, but I don't feel like it is a cornerstone to her platform. I'm not terribly concerned with healthcare right now. It's definitely broken, but we've got even bigger issues.
Good for you, though, that your employer pays for your healthcare. As an employer, I've got news for you: we're paying a metric **** ton for your health insurance. As a profit sharing company, you'd be getting a much larger bonus if you worked for me if we didn't have to pay for your healthcare.
Look, I'm not excited about the government (tax payers) funding all of these things you are calling free, free, free... but at the same time, I'm not keen on the government giving the ultra rich a tax cut. Both things hurt the bottom line. If I've got to pick between the two, I'll pick the option that is better for more people. I also think it will be easy for Warren to pull back some of this administrations reckless spending, which will go a long way towards paying for things.
And whether you know it or not, healthy people are paying for unhealthy people in either system. As someone who exercises 5-7 times a week, it pisses me off that I'm paying a ton of money essentially to treat a bunch of lazy bastards with type 2 diabetes. I think about it all the time when I see a slovenly looking red hat. But the point is, we're going to pay for these people under either system. The main difference is that we can cut out the middle man in one scenario. And trust me, that middle man is getting rich off of this corrupt business. So by cutting out the middle man, in theory, we should actually be paying less. But again, we've got issues a lot bigger than healthcare right now, so I don't feel like we should be spending too much energy debating it.
Are you really taking tonydead view on the democratic debate to heart? What are you thinking?