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Hi, I'm a candidate for president of the USA, I promise to strip you of your employer health insurance, will you vote for me?

I will pay for it (maybe) by taxing you to pay for your own M4A premiums (seems fair) and to pay for someone else's premiums who won't be taxed at all(Hmmmm..) I got your vote, right?

  • Best Answer

    No. What's your knowledge seeking question about politics?

    Anonymous 2 months ago 3 0
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  • No. What's your knowledge seeking question about politics?

    Anonymous 2 months ago 3 0
  • Absolutely not..

    KAG 2020 2 months ago 0 0
  • Lol, you're not going to trick millions of people into voting for you this time Donald.

    Anonymous 2 months ago 1 1
  • Hi Donnie!  Nope, won't vote for you.

    John W 2 months ago 1 2
  • Single issue policies? In this upcoming election there is NO ONE who is interested in stripping anyone of their employer health insurance.

    history 2 months ago 1 0
  • If you get support from Foreign owned Fox News..... and...... if you claim to be a Christian even though you hate churches & love porn stars.....and.... if you promise to visit Israel........ and...... if you promise to hate Blacks and Mexicans........ yes!  you will be my hero......... I will be happy to pay $400/month for health insurance

    american noodle 2 months ago 1 0
  • Yes I will. About damn time. Employers shouldn’t have to be carrying the burden that belongs to the government, and the republicans have eroded all the requirements that made employer healthcare useful anyway. 

    Beardog 2 months ago 2 1
  • Nope you're an elitist who's deathly afraid of socialism!

    Or else a paid troll making $10 an hour in mommy's basement!

    Jeff S 2 months ago 1 1
  • Yes, that sounds good to me. When you really look at single payer systems, how they have worked and what their costs and quality of care are compared to our private insurance nightmare, you see that it is a much better system and runs at much less cost. All you represent is the simple soundbite cartoon of it.

    Anonymous 2 months ago 2 2
  • Yeah, because people with employer health care stay with their employers all their lives and aren't fired, or let go, or decide to change jobs. And what is the difference between premiums and taxes to pay for Medicare for all? 

    Severus Maximus 2 months ago 2 0