Why is there even a debate about health care.

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I'm non-political, and i don't understand why there is even a debate about healthcare at all when just about everyone agrees.

Democrats says the potensial upside to universal health is huge, it is obviously true. Republicans says the potential risks is huge, and that is also obvious true. I don't think there is anyone credible that can disagree with either side, that this is a high risk high reward situation.

This is a textbook business situations, whenever there is A high risk high reward situation, you want to start small to limit the possible downside and eventually scale up. So why hasn't any city or state started their own universal healthcare system? Every politician seems to be pushing everything to the federal government, that is designed to be unable to make sweeping changes.

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to all my bernie peeps out there in the reddit world, who love people. i wanted to do some good and made a website where anyone can help people with ease.

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please check it out and share it with everyone you know, every action helps.

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just trying to make it easy for those who want to help, help. thanks in advance it means a lot

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Is there a site to check the names of delegates who have pledged support for Bernie?

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I'm filling out my primary ballot and wanted to not only confirm that the delegates listed next to Bernie's name have pledged their support but also do some research on them if possible. Is there a site that lists these names? All I found was this letter stored in a Huffington Post database that I have no way of fact-checking: https://big.assets.huffingtonpost.com/athena/files/2020/04/21/5e9f1d15c5b6a486d07fdf93.pdf

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In an alternate universe, President Bernie Sanders declares Corona virus contained. There hasn’t been a police killing of an unarmed civilian since his victory over Trump in 2016.

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SpaceX launch is the biggest news item of the week. The United States celebrates a new Era of technological advancement. Prison population at an all time low. Minimum wage is $ 15 an hour. This, and much more…

A man can dream. Ah, what we could have had…

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There are 17 primaries left, and the “presumptive Democratic nominee” still hasn’t won enough delegates to secure the nomination.

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Here's a casual reminder that you can still vote for Bernie if you're in:

  • June 2: DC, Indiana Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakata
  • June 6: USVI
  • June 9: West Virginia, Georgia
  • June 23: Kentucky, New York
  • July 7: Delaware, New Jersey
  • July 11: Louisiana
  • August 11: Connecticut

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What else can SFP be doing to build progressive relations in South Carolina? Who should we do an AMA with there?

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South Carolina is where Bernie Sanders tripped hard in both 2016 and 2020. Our future success depends on building relationships with the South Carolina community. What are some ideas for things we could be doing?

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