Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

Gillum: Medicare for All Won’t Work in Florida Alone, We’d Need ‘Confederation of States’

Posted by M. C. on August 30, 2018

No, I can’t imagine it. Progressive states New York, California and Illinois are already on the financial ropes.

Andrew Gillum is a prototypical socialist enamored, economically ignorant, free stuff loving millennial.

Florida can’t pay for this progressive government instigated fiasco so Gillum wants these other cash strapped progressive states to chip in. No one can afford to pay for their own medicare, so how is everyone (everyone meaning taxpayers like you) supposed to help Florida? How is this supposed to work?

These Bernie wannabes can’t possibly have capability of original thought.

If there is any thought involved it would be intent on facilitating a Cloward-Piven driven government collapse.

Medicare: Is there such a thing as an upside down, inside out pyramid scheme?

by Ian Hanchett

On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Cuomo Primetime,” Tallahassee Mayor and Florida Democratic Gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum said that for Florida to do a Medicare for all system, “we would have to do it as a confederation of states. We could not do it by ourselves solely here in the state of Florida.”…

But could you imagine if we could team up with the states of New York, California, Florida, maybe even Texas even, Illinois, and other progressive-thinking states and bargain on behalf of the citizens?”

Be seeing you

'Due to funding cuts, the Government has supplied us with its very own doctor!'

‘Due to funding cuts, the Government has supplied us with its very own doctor!’


Chavez mini-me


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