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Don’t forget in 2020 to vote for Donald Trump Republican. The Democrats have an up and down history of anti-freedom incompetence. There is no place for anti-freedom ‘Sharia Law’ in America, which is striving to eliminate the ‘Freedom of Speech’ 1st Amendment and to open the gate for Islamic Invasion of USA.
The Democrats Party founded in 1828, enforced slavery and opposed the existence of banks. The First Democratic President Andrew Jackson had no sympathy for the American Natives (Indians).
The cruel violent KKK founded in 1865 was Democratic and opposed the Republicans. The Klan was once described as acting as the military arm of the Democratic Party during the 1870’s. The current KKK in all of its chapters, has evolved to become an even darker more evil political cult. And is now the common enemy of all good politicians, be they Democrats or Republicans.
The Republican Party known as the GOP, ‘Grand Old Party’ was founded in 1854.
The First Amendment to the Constitution protects five basic freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and freedom to petition the government. These civil liberties are the cornerstone of American democracy.
And CAIR, Council on American-Islamic Relations, has been honest about their mission to ‘Islamize USA’ and replace the American Constitution with ‘Sharia Law’.
The United States Presidential Election of 2020 is Scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
The importance of Health Care will become an essential issue in the USA 2020 Election. Will Democrats & Republicans establish a better Policy & Procedure for all Americans?
Read below extract…
…presidential candidates will have to make some difficult choices. Consider 3 examples:
- Does single payer allow private insurance? For some people, single payer translates into a single insurer, as in Canada or France. It is easier to negotiate lower prices for pharmaceuticals and to reduce administrative costs when there is only one payer. But single insurer is not what people are used to. Even in Medicare, more than one-third of beneficiaries currently choose to enroll in a private plan. Does single payer mean “traditional Medicare for all,” or can it instead be “Medicare Advantage for all”?
- Should high-priced clinicians and hospitals and health systems get less revenue? Some hospitals are paid twice what other hospitals are paid for the same service. On average, specialists earn 50% more than generalists, and the best reimbursed specialists earn even more. It is natural to want to reduce these reimbursement gaps. But should high prices be lowered? The easiest political answer is leave currently highly reimbursed providers alone and raise reimbursement for primary care doctors and community hospitals. However, leaving high prices in place dramatically lowers the savings from single payer and necessitates larger revenue increases. Which is more important: not disrupting key providers or saving money?
- What is the transition path? Perhaps the biggest issue for a proposal on a single payer system is managing the transition from the current system. Absent a massive electoral victory, Democrats will not have the votes in Congress to enact a wholesale reform of health care right away. Thus, transitions become key. Is it worth shoring up the Affordable Care Act, or is that just a distraction? What is the sequence of changes to be made? Related to the issue of transition paths is the placement of health care on the agenda. Is health care the first issue that the candidate proposes to address, or does it take a back seat to education, immigration, climate change, or some other issue?
Politicians in every Western Nation are advised to read the Kindle Book Amazon.com for Medannuation a program policy process designed in 2003 by A.I. to help humanity.
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