FLASHBACK: 1987 Interview With Bernie Sanders About Socialism
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Thirty-two years ago. (Western Journal)
Last year, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled what would become the signature piece of legislation that he’d build his 2020 presidential run around — the same one he used for his 2016 run: “Medicare for all.”
The plan, which would expand Medicare to the point where it became a single-payer program, was estimated to cost $32 trillion over 10 years.
He’s gone further than that since then, calling for all medical debts to be canceled and to ignore the debt in credit scores.
It doesn’t take much to realize that this isn’t going to work. But don’t just take my word for it.