Medicare, Alexandria Cossio Cortes Turkey, Bloomingdales discussed on Michael Brown

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The overall price tag is more than forty trillion dollars in the next decade. You recently said in an interview that increasing taxes on the very wealthy, plus an increased corporate tax rate would make two trillion dollars over the next ten years. So where's the? To in case you missed that to two trillion. So she's only thirty eight trillion dollar short. Hey, no big deal. Right. Thirty eight trillion dollars gonna come from things that we need to realize when we look at something like Medicare for all Medicare for all would save the American people a very large amount of Miami. What we see as well as that system. Does your brain hurt? A new your ears hurt. But does your brain hurt are not just pie in the sky? They are many of them are accomplished by every modern civilized democracy in the western world, the United the United Kingdom has a form of single payer healthcare Canada. France, Germany, what we need to realize as he mentioned. Sweden. Because I want to talk about vegan that these investments are better, and they are good for our future. These are generational investments. So that not just they're not generational spending. Remember every time you hear a politician. I don't care if it's Republican conservative a liberal view here. Any politicians say we're going to invest got. I'm so sick of that. That means they're going to spend your money your hard earned money. Matter of fact, your great grandchildren's money because we're still borrowing a boatload of that money to our term bandaids, but they are really profound decisions about who we want to be. The professor who I wanna be. I wanna be her. I do I want to be Alexandria Cossio Cortes Turkey. You got really nice clothes. I can quit wearing white shirts. All the time. I could just get these nice outfits. I could have Bloomingdales or, you know, I don't know. I can't think of any what are some big name fashion, Mr. places on Fifth Avenue, Angie or on Fifth Avenue. I dunno. Rodeo drive. I'll go to rodeo drive and get outfitted for my photo shoots. And I just want to live in, you know, sometimes don't you just want to live in a in a fantasy land. If you're smart you understand economics, understand politics. You understand the culture you understand social social policy understand all this stuff. Sometimes don't you just want to be like them. Be so much easier as a nation, and as an how we want to act as the wealthiest nation in the history of the world, which we won't be. Of course, if we keep going down this path of spending money that we don't have. It's the ten year anniversary this week of the. Financial crisis. Tenure anniversary right now. I I get that. But the price tag for everything that you've laid out in your campaign is forty trillion dollars over the next ten years. I understand that Medicare for all would cost more to some wealthier people and to the government and taxpayers while also reducing individual healthcare expenditures. But I'm talking about the overall package you say, it's not pie in the sky. But forty trillion dollars is quite.

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