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Hillary Clinton does not agree with Elizabeth Warren’s Medicare for all plan

November 8, 2019

   We have noted before how most of the Democratic candidates for President have had a strategy of trying to out-left each other. While this might be a winning strategy in the primary I believe there is a concern within the party that these radicals are going too far too fast to have a chance at winning the general election. Unfortunately for the Democratic party there is no candidate with name recognition in the race to try to bring some sanity back to the party.

  Enter Hillary Clinton, who appears to be preparing herself to jump into the Presidential race, she had some words to say about Elizabeth Warren’s Medicare for all plan. It turns out the former Secretary of State and two-time failed Presidential candidate does not think this is the right path to take.

Here is more:

I don’t believe we should be in the midst of a big disruption while we are trying to get to 100% coverage and deal with costs,” Clinton said at an event The New York Times hosted.

“The smarter approach is to build on what we have; a public option is something I’ve been in favor of for a very long time,” said Clinton.

Clinton said she would support a debate on any universal health care plan, but that it was not politically feasible.

“You just don’t think that that plan would ever get enacted?” Aaron Ross Sorkin, the event moderator, asked.

“No, I don’t. I don’t. But the goal is the right goal,” said Clinton, who polled neck-and-neck with former Vice President Joe Biden in a hypothetical October poll of the Democratic field.

  Of course Hillary Clinton still supports a government run healthcare system so she is not any more moderate than those who are already in the race but she sure does sound like she is gearing up to take yet another shot at it and when Hillary Clinton suddenly becomes the voice of reason within the Democratic party I think it is safe to say–to paraphrase Hillary Clinton–the whole party has become irredeemable.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. peter3nj permalink
    November 8, 2019 8:41 pm

    She fooled have the country in 2016 and no one should be surprised if she fools a bunch of red state voters this time should she be the nominee. Keep in mind these voters turned over the house in 2018 despite the economy taking off as well as the job picture improving. I have nearly zero faith in most voters on the right doing the right thing (no pun intended). 2016 was an anomaly.

    Liked by 1 person

    • November 9, 2019 7:03 pm

      I am right there with you! I think it would be funny to see her fail again, and you would have to think the voters would not try her again but if she runs there is always the chance she could win.


  2. Ronald Ward permalink
    November 12, 2019 4:30 pm

    While it has appearances that Hillary is itching to try it again, she’s toast. The Dems know it, she knows it, and while many Rs would love to keep her name front and center, they know it too.

    Liked by 1 person

    • November 12, 2019 8:01 pm

      I agree with everything you wrote except I do not think she realizes she is toast. I don’t think her ego will let her admit it.



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