Even This Conservative Concedes That Single-Payer Health Care Is Coming
Conservative columnist, George Will, concedes that single-payer health care is going to happen, probably even under Donald Trump. He says it will happen, despite the current state of denial of Trump and his followers, mostly because of an inconvenient truth that no one in the GOP seems willing to concede.
This inconvenient truth is the fact that if the GOP succeeds in repealing The Affordable Health Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare), it will probably hurt Trump supporters the most. If the Republicans new health care plan is implemented, an estimated 24 million Americans will be left without any type of health care coverage. This fact is showing itself to be extremely unpopular and unacceptable to most supporters of President Donald Trump, and others in the GOP who are pushing for the repeal of Obamacare.
Single-payer health care is the next logical step in the evolution of health care in the United States. The primary people who oppose it are those people who don’t understand it, or how it works. Obamacare, according to George Will, was intended to be just a preliminary step before implementing a single-payer system. Even Donald Trump says that a single-payer system is okay for Scotland. If so, why wouldn’t it work here? The answer is, it would work here, and quite well.Single-payer health care
The primary reason that George Will says whatever plan the GOP is trying to push will fail, and a single-payer system will put into effect is because the Republican health care plan (whatever that is) will hurt people who voted for Donald Trump more than it will anyone else.
Even though I really dislike George Will, and almost everything he stands for, I will freely concede that he makes a lot of sense, as does a single-payer health care system.