It is imperative that we start discussing not only the benefits of single-payer Medicare for All but what transitioning will look like. We must fend off the forthcoming fear tactics that will be coming from the Plutocracy.
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Everybody is talking about single-payer Medicare for All. The concept is simple. However, the disruption that will occur during the transition is the most dangerous headwind supporters must face. I want to explain what the program could look like. Secondly, it is imperative to explain what transitioning will entail. You see, the plutocracy will use the fear of disruption to reinstitute fear into the American psyche. It is for this reason that Progressive activists promoting this program must get down and simplify it in a manner everyone can understand. They must also point out that businesses that have been pilfering Americans for years will use all kinds of tactics to scuttle any transition. It is hard to give up easy free money and that is what they have had for decades
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