It’s not a question of whether.
It’s a question of when.
With the accelerating collapse of Obamneycare, it’s only a matter of time.
Single payer is on the way.
But time matters for millions of Americans who are being squeezed by the Democrats defending Obamneycare and the Republicans cutting further into what’s left of the social safety net.
As Senator Bernie Sanders is proving, you have to choose — single payer or Obamneycare.
You can’t defend both.
They are incompatible.
During the 2016 primary election season, Bernie sided with the American people and single payer.
During the general election and since, Bernie settled in with the corporate Democrats and Ombaneycare.
Bernie has yet to introduce his single payer bill into the Senate — despite promises from his health care legislative assistant that he will do so.
(A Sanders aide told one single payer supporter that “Senator Sanders will definitely introduce a single payer bill in the Senate this Congress.” When asked to be more specific, the aide told the caller they can’t be more specific “because we don’t want to give the opposition time to organize against the bill.”)
And at a town CNN healthcare debate with Senator Ted Cruz earlier this year, Bernie embarrassed himself when he was asked a question by a small business owner in Texas.
LaRonda owns five hair salons in Texas and employs just under 50 workers. She keeps it under 50 because under Ombaneycare, more than 50 workers means that she…