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"First up today on the PODCAST. The march to thirty k the Dow Jones Industrial Average is hovering above twenty nine thousand putting the most recognizable metric of the health of the US stock market in striking range of the next big round milestone number. Dow At thirty thousand shows the strength of the ongoing bull market dating back to the financial crisis low over a decade ago since that time investors have made more than thirty two trillion dollars in wealth. Jeremy Siegel Finance Professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In the second thirty two trillion dollars that's how much Elizabeth Warren's Medicare for all plan would cost us seven times the entire federal budget worse it would ruin health care and our economy but big government bureaucrats aren't waiting on the list for the war they're already trying to take us towards Medicare for all as we speak working behind closed doors on a scheme called government rate setting these bureaucrats claim that rate setting will stop surprise billing but in reality it would be disastrous for our health care smaller networks closed hospitals one step closer to government bureaucrats running our lives thankfully Congress can stop it so visit national taxpayers union in two U. dot org to tell your senators and representative to stand up for us not bureaucrats in the backroom deals because the only thing government rate setting will be good for government it's not the answer to surprise billing for about the national taxpayers union into you dot org so politician a bureaucrat alive is all walk into a hospital room they say don't we're here to help about Medicare for all the other day and I said don't you mean mediocre the government run health care would be comical if they weren't true the big government fixes of obamacare haven't worked creating skyrocketing costs for America's families and Medicare for all we've taken already broken system make it worse Americans want a system that restores the doctor patient relationship and offers personalized health care not a one size fits all program offered by the government find out how we can solve this problem and health care for you dot com what's the difference between American healthcare in Canadian healthcare the three month wait he this is a sixty area that's her here's your host Stephen Kay Dan and welcome back to warm a peach from live from Capitol Hill seventeen December you're over were twenty nineteen I'm John Frederick radio network Salem radio network America's voice that news and news Max the TV a coming out and hanging out with us today.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Thirty two trillion dollars that's how much Elizabeth warns of Medicare for all plan would cost us seven times the entire federal budget worse it would we would health care and our economy but big government bureaucrats aren't waiting on the list with a warning they're already trying to take us towards Medicare for all as we speak working behind closed doors on a scheme called government rate setting these bureaucrats claim that rate setting will stop surprise billing but in reality it would be disastrous for our healthcare smaller networks closed hospitals one step closer to government bureaucrats running our lives thankfully Congress can stop it so visit national taxpayers union in two U. dot org to tell your senators and representative to stand up for us not bureaucrats in the backroom deals because the only thing government rate setting will be good for bigger government it's not the answer to surprise billing for about the national taxpayers union in two U. dot org so a politician a bureaucrat alive is all walk into a hospital room they say don't we're here to help me about Medicare for all the other day and I said don't you mean mediocre the government run health care would be comical if they weren't true the big government fixes of obamacare haven't work creating skyrocketing costs for America's families and Medicare for all we've taken already broken system and make it worse Americans want a system that restores the doctor patient relationship and offers personalized health care not a one size fits all program offered by the.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"From Medicare for all we are told by our governments or whoever that the cost over ten years would be thirty two trillion dollars but in case you don't know here we have the ultimate I form Orlando it is a multi billion dollar effort to really fix up by four from very east Orlando all the way into Disney and it's a noble effort but guess what over promise under deliver cost much higher is then expected time to build out much longer than expected when is the next smallish I can guarantee you if they tell you thirty two trillion on that it's sixty let's say it's thirty two trillion you might as well tax every dollar at a hundred percent and you be possibly be able to pay for it all no no no no is Bernie Sanders just no no because you would not be paying your premiums anymore and that will go towards your taxes double paid almost and then we'll get a point to this lessons how many times you have to be hit in the face by a government that's inefficient effective over budget over time on everything they do and now you've got some marks telling you what they're going to jail lesson we've been talking about about this a lot on fox and fox business and fox news and I said yesterday on a worldwide TV put me in a room can put me in an arena with all of Bernie Sanders people that love him and give them an open mind to me for one hour they won't be both voting for Bernie Sanders when I'm done within an hour three running for the hills and what is left to do with markets well it's.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All union health care plans. in all of you learn these plants you've paid into these plants he negotiated these plants. Democrats want to force all Americans into a massive thirty two trillion dollar Soviet style. medical experiment where government bureaucrats units offices layers are red tape decide what treatment you can and cannot receive Nancy Pelosi thinks it's swell and she's been pushing for drug price controls from the get go. the only question I have is will Republicans in the Senate stop all this including Pelosi how they cut a deal that will come back to bite us later good question because some Republicans including some technocrats in the bureaucracy seem to have bought into price controls. socialism is not the answer it's a cancer. just look at what healthcare is like in countries like Venezuela Cuba and China. or even countries like Britain in Canada nobody leaves the United States for medical treatment in Canada Britain certainly not dental care I can tell you that look at all the access restrictions of the rationing in the wait times. at the end of unavailability of cutting edge drugs this is not the past the US should head down. get the facts good a true health care facts dot com true health care facts dot com that's true health care facts that come once again. I want to encourage everybody listening the please help our. our friends in the Bahamas. who have absolutely nothing. and who are struggling to live. couple hours off the Florida coast that's that's where they are. the bad luck of the hurricane hitting the Bahamas hurricanes almost never hit the Bahamas like this. and what I'm encouraging you to do is go to the Bahamas red cross dot org slash donate. again there are other. groups out there I just can't vouch for all of them there's too many of my can't out from. but this is a traditional. operations you know. it's the Bahamas red cross. and they do take a credit cards. and that's the key. the quickest way to move funds. into this into this. lifesaving effort that's exactly what it is some encouraging to donate to the Bahamas red cross. and your donations hi I mean this I'm gonna save people's lives. they're gonna say people's up. all right by the way there's a commercial did you see that Mister producer was quick. for life liberty and love and all there it is good. very cool. look at the weekends here. the weekends here Friday night on the east coast Friday evening on the west coast Friday something everywhere. you gonna get. in a little bit arrest little bit entertainment watch the kids play baseball whatever. just swing over if you would to the Bahamas red cross dot org slash donate. twenty five Bucks fifty Bucks ten Bucks whatever you can get more it's certainly. only that it's gonna make you feel better if you notice that. I much prefer to give them the gap. I really do I much prefer to give than to get. I like to think I'm pretty generous. it'll make you feel a lot better to. all right let's see. Emmanuel Rockville Maryland the great WMAL go. don't mock all right Sir yeah I just want to say look I am a Democrat but I have to agree with you and I'll listen to your station all the time thank you. additive Greenwood you about the Democrats if you played last night about health and be did you just talk about boutique is about babies are not babies and thirty green when I listen to. your plate fell by. it really turned me all he gave me aren't you you want to know why a manual. because you're a caring human being that's why in the what things these people are saying are insane. I mean to cut you play let might not really listen I can't remember what was the senator the whatever was if you played last night and it it would be quite. it would be without you running for the presidency. yeah yeah you should eat hamburgers they lost their minds yeah. all good hamburgers and straws you know say the planet hamburgers and strongest of men it would be incredible mark. see all that not that I agree with everything but man you've got to stop going all the way thank you for your concern to you know to bring. my here and I think it may have your home right. hi I love it you're open my Hey can I send you a book we read it yeah absolutely all right in call back again William manual don't hang up I want to send you a signed copy of on freedom of the press thank you I want people to listen who don't always agree with me. absolutely. hi right. that's got a brain Los Angeles California the great eight seventy the answer we will be in California only missed a producer. I'm going to be in California before I take prints call October sixth at the twenty nineteen town hall the great K. are now Hey. and tickets are available right now and they're going to be gone trust me we're.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"I understand and realize the, the, the field, and the, the gaggle of Democrats was saying that America's suck yo America sucks. We need to give free health kit to everybody, and it's it, and it only costs thirty two trillion dollars over, but it's over a ten year period. Yeah. I don't think so in no. No. You're going to have to wait for the world to start eating each other. That's what it's going to boil down to. You got a half a country roasted. That's when America will be called into action again. But I say we take very careful steps, I say, we step very easily and let the international community arrive at some sort of conclusion as to what's going on in certain parts of the world don't file a one-shot Tom in oak creek. I hate to disagree with you, brother. But then. No, that's not our problem. Let the let the filth genetic mistakes consume each other for wildlife to see if they enjoyed that after while seems like the right thing to do to me. I mean you look at the United States right now. And know I watched the if anybody out there watches book, TV. It's, it's a really good. Yeah. It gets very liberal sometimes. But, but Mark Levin will be on seven o'clock tonight. Central time talking about the media and the press. I think I'm looking forward to that. But much more to discuss our number two of the Dan Connery shows up that time magnum taking your calls at seven nine nine eleven thirty seven nine eleven thirty. That's the mortgage talk and text line, ladies and gentlemen. It is. Oh, I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News, Britain's foreign minister saying it's almost certain Iran was behind attacks on oil tankers near the strait of Hormuz secretary of state, Mike Pompeo on Fox News Sunday. It's unmistakable. What happened here these were attacked by Slavic Republican Ron on commercial shipping on the freedom of navigation with the clear intent to deny transit through the strait. Iran rejecting the accusations of question now is, whether or not, there will be a response from the international community since. Images. Do show the day of the attack that things should point towards Iran now as one of the damage tanker was towed back to port Saudi Arabia and the United States, flew F fifteen fighter jets over the Persian Gulf in a show of force against their audience. Fox's tradings in the Middle East bureau. President Trump lashing out again at what he calls the failing New York Times, too angry Saturday night tweets. President Trump accuses the New York Times of committing a virtual act of treason. Also calling its report the US has deployed new cyber tools against Russia's power grid among other targets untrue. Quoting officials with the national Security Council. The time says those cyber attacks were meant to serve as a warning to President Vladimir Putin, and they had no concerns about the times report and indications as the paper, that some of those intrusions were meant to be noticed by the Russian. Fox's Jane Metzler, if the election were held today, President Trump would have reason to worry a Fox News poll shows, former vice president, Joe Biden, and Senator Bernie Sanders es. Beating the president south bend, Indiana MIR p Buddha. Judge also leads the president, but by one point on NBC's meet the press. He says he believes voters are looking beyond personality in twenty twenty people. If you give them a chance, we'll evaluate you based on what you aim to do what the results are with the policies, Lisbeth Warren, and Kamala, Harris also out point the president in hypothetical matchups Sox's Grenell, Scott..
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"They point out Bernie Sanders Medicare for all. Mercatus center, George Mason, says I would cost thirty two trillion dollars over ten years and addition to that shattering cost. You would get crap. I want you to do yourself favorite pick up the phone today. Call any federal department or agency on these coast or the west coast. It is six fifty three PM eastern time. Tuesday evening. Nobody will answer. Nobody will answer the government shutdown. The Kaiser family foundation found that fifty eight percent of Americans oppose Medicare for all. If if told it would eliminate private health insurance. So under the Sanders plan and under the plan of almost every one of these Democrats, there'd be no way out there'd be no private healthcare. You'd be stuck your family would be stuck in once they put it in place. There's no going back like ObamaCare once they put it in place. There is no going back. And I'll be right back. The marklevinshow on WCBS. Home prices have gone up by fifty percent of the last six years, whoever it seems values are peaking. You've probably also heard the Federal Reserve is raised the fed funds rate four times in twenty eighteen alone. But mortgage rates have actually dropped by half a point.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"When you go to a drug company, you say that three hundred dollar pill that you're selling to the private insurer. I'll give you thirty bucks for it. And I'm the only one who's going to buy it. You're gonna give it to me for thirty months. Right. Only costs you three to make. But that's on Medicare for all. That's just it's getting prescription drug prices headed it is the other side the positive side of that story the Medicaid. You don't want to you know, that the government running social security in the VA and things to that nature has not worked out the tighter. No, I think social security is worked out perfect. It's going to go bankrupt and fifth time hearing that for fifteen years what because they go in and fix it. When they have to they will they will fix it. Imagine what life was like before social security. So you turn tonight. You can't work anymore. Other you spend thirty two trillion dollars a Medicare for all you want the government. Not aetna. Running insurance. UP would go get in Chubb. Pain in that may still have to pay the tax payroll over one hundred million people out of the private insurance tax payroll. You know, the salary tax you pay every week. There's a off at one hundred fifty thousand dollars whatever it is that over that so person that makes one hundred fifty thousand dollars pays the same amount. As a person that makes one hundred and fifty million dollars. They still pay the same amount one hundred fifty thousand why doesn't payroll tax go all the way up to your income. We're not whatever your income is you pay a percentage to social security fund. I think that in that move in and of itself would make the system solvent. That would be. I'm actually for that. I I don't think I am done paying off social security three months in four months. Five incident. I I think it was a white. You know, why did I get more money they go? Well, you social security's paid off thinking to myself at stop fair. Yeah. That's one thing. I would do, but I want people competing. I want Aetna competing with US healthcare whoever's as forty twenty grand. He gets sick. What's he going to seventy six percent of people with private? Shirts are happy with it. I'm not unhappy with my Medicare for all and providence. Yep. I was the greed or yesterday at the Cleveland Clinic for the minority men's health clinic in the thing about it is that it was free. It was jammed. Hundreds of men showed up to get tested, diabetes and Castrol the restaurant. It was free. That's why they showed up these forty and fifty sixty year old that who don't qualify for Medicare right eye your heart's in the right place. I don't think the math adds up. And here's what Seema Verma says who's in charge of this. And we can only look at the VA to see what happens when there is a government takeover. There's no competition in the VA system. And unfortunately, our veterans that deserve better are experiencing long, wait times provider shortages and poor customer service. And that's what we can expect with a government takeover of our health care system. When we come back, I want her all did away in on with Chris Christie just said on our show about James Comey's comments about spying on the Trump campaign. Wait are other Rivera's here. Brian Kilmeade show dove. Brian Kilmeade, seventy seven deputy ADC. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. I had a lot of credit card debt, and I couldn't pay my bills. I was feeling so bad. I got to point where I needed some.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The next step is here, which are now calling Medicare for all which is really nationalized medicine socialized medicine, run do not walk from that concept because the the problem with ObamaCare is remember the individual mandate. They always thought all these young people are gonna be forced to buy healthcare pay into the system. I didn't happen that did not happen. So it was already shorted on on on the funding mechanism. And then Secondly, you know, you've got to have I think that the last wasn't Mercatus one of the think tanks put a projection now that Bernie Bolshevik Bernie's Medicare for all pardoning phrasing. Thirty two trillion dollars is what goes one we can't afford it it'll plus the country it'll take the economy into the tanks of the president and the Republicans. I don't know what Mitch McConnell's doing somebody ought to poke him in the ribs and wake the guy up for God's sake. Because you know, this is a huge issue today and the Democrats own it, and let's Republicans put their best minds on it and gets get some some ideas out there. They're going to get tattooed again. Well, first of all, it's not Medicare for all. Anyway, it's Medicaid for all. Because basically the government would be subsidizing. The Medicare or healthcare for for everybody. One other thing that somebody may argue is that well, we'll look if you leave it up to the insurance companies, the people who have these pre conditions are going to be paying a lot more for their insurance. And that would be true, but we already have a safety net. There. We have what they call medic aid and medic aid could be increased for those people. The increase only for the expenditure of own health own healthcare care insurance. In other words, if you're going to spend the money, and Medicaid is spending money on people if they're going to to me, it would be a whole lot simpler, a whole lot cheaper. If the things that we just outlined here. I think we're taking into consideration. It wouldn't have to be a totally comprehensive. Look at healthcare. Just like the read the story last week about the kid that whose parents did.
What Would 'Medicare for All' Really Mean?
"In the two thousand sixteen American. Presidential race Senator Bernie Sanders was the first candidate to float the idea of Medicare for all a massive expansion of the popular government funded health program to cover all Americans. Not just those sixty five years of age and older while healed by Sander's progressive supporters. The proposal failed to gain traction with mainstream democratic voters and was ridiculed as a wildly expensive. Even socialist idea by Republican critics the crowded field of twenty twenty democratic presidential hopefuls has now swelled to twelve official candidates, including Sanders and Medicare for all is now being embraced by a larger swath of politicians and voters alike. According to recent polls, fifty six percent of Americans including twenty three percent of Republicans. Now support the creation of some kind of national health plan and Sanders is no longer. The only congressperson trying to pass comprehensive Medicare for all legislation in February twenty nine. Eighteen Representative privilege. I Paul democrat in Washington state and progressive colleagues in the US house of representatives released their own Medicare for all act of two thousand nineteen which goes even farther than Sanders. Original 2017, Bill, not only what Degi Paul proposal do away entirely with private health insurance, and require absolutely no premiums or copays of any kind. It would significantly extend Medicare to cover comprehensive dental vision and long term care. John Paul wrote. In a statement our Bill cover, everyone, not just those who are fortunate enough to have employers sponsored insurance not just children, not just seniors. Not just those who are healthy. It's time to ensure that healthcare is a right and not a privilege guaranteed to every single person in our country. It is time for Medicare for all. Let's break down what that might entail. I some history. Medicare was created in nineteen sixty five as a safety net health insurance program for older Americans all Americans over sixty five years of age qualify for Medicare health coverage, regardless of pre existing conditions and Medicare covers a significant portion of the costs of doctor's office visits treatments and surgeries plus prescription medications, although Medicare recipients also pay annual premiums and out of pocket costs Medicare for all proposals. Like, John Paul's would make three money mental changes to the current Medicare system. I there would be absolutely no age limit every American from newborns to centenarians would be covered by these same government funded health insurance second private health insurance carriers would be barred from offering plans to compete with Medicare for all third. Patients would pay absolutely nothing. No premiums, deductibles co pays or co-insurance for all covered health care services, which under the Jaipur hall. Bill include just about everything under the sun, including expensive long term care insurance to cover nursing home stays. All of this potentially spells doom for the one point two twin dollar private health insurance industry. We spoke with one Karen polit's who studies healthcare reform and private health insurance for the Henry J Kaiser family foundation. A nonpartisan nonprofit group that analyzes major health care issues facing America and beyond. She jokes that Medicare for all would even put her out of business. All it said the Medicare for all proposals. That have been discussed are very comprehensive would cover everything you're used to having covered in private health insurance today, plus dental vision hearing long-term care nursing home care, you would get this red white and blue Medicare for all card show that when you go to the doctor and you'd get taken care of simple. Okay. So that's the basics of what Medicare for all could be what wouldn't it be Medicare for all is not socialized medicine like the United Kingdom's national health service under that system. The government is not only the sole insurer. But it also runs most of the medical clinics and hospitals. That's not the case under any of the proposed Medicare for all plans, which more closely resemble Canada's healthcare system, also called Medicare doctors and hospitals would remain private businesses. But all insurance coverage, and therefore all reimbursements paid to doctors and hospitals would be provided through Medicare. Canada's healthcare system, by the way, doesn't cover vision dental prescription drugs or long-term care. Those are covered by private insurance. A which brings us to an important question. The important question who would be paying for all this? Medicare for all is also what's known as a single payer healthcare system, technically these single payer will be the federal government. But where will the government get its money? New Texas, of course, not only income taxes, but also payroll taxes corporate taxes, excise taxes et cetera. In two thousand seventeen Medicare alone cost American taxpayers five hundred ninety seven billion dollars. Or nearly fifteen percent of the entire four trillion. Dollar federal budget. The projected cost of Sanders 2017 Medicare for all Bill which did not include expensive add on's like long term care is thirty two trillion dollars over ten years. So although it's important to note, the costs could even out over the long term in the short term. That's about six times what Medicare currently costs us per year. As poets said, quote, that's a lot of money right now. The federal government and states together are paying almost half of the nation's health care Bill. But if we stop paying premiums and deductibles and copays, there would have to be a new way to raise revenue when Americans learned that the switch to Medicare for all would almost certainly mean higher income taxes support for the national healthcare concept drops by twenty three percent. But while the exorbitant cost of Medicare for all is favorite talking point of its critics. The numbers are deceiving. Americans will certainly pay more in taxes under such a plan, but they will pay absolutely nothing in premiums and other out of pocket healthcare costs Pollet said American households and the government combined are currently spending three point five trillion dollars a year on health care more than any other country on the planet when you multiply that out by ten years. It's thirty five trillion dollars greater than the cost of Sanders Medicare for all proposal by a full three trillion. So switch to a single payer system. Could actually save money overall. But money aside would Medicare for all mean worse health care. There's no doubt that a massive overhaul of the US healthcare system like Medicare for all would be hugely disruptive. Most private insurers would go out of business. Pharmaceutical companies would lose profits as drug prices were capped and since Medicare typically reimburses doctors and hospitals at lower rates than private insurers. There would be wins and losses for private medical practices. That said there's no indication that switching to a Medicare for all system would result in fewer covered. Treatments giant Paul's proposal promises. The opposite. A neither should the new insurance concept result in long ways for life saving procedures and medications Pollet said we don't currently have that in Medicare. You don't see senior citizens queuing up for doctors appointments in prescriptions. It's all quick and easy. The key question is what will those payment rates be for doctors and hospitals. 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"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Pillow. You gotta come. It. Turns out to be a cardboard cutout of the my pillow CEO things are great. No wonder avid wanna hug that guy to its case. Rush Limbaugh update. Former Vermont governor Howard Dean, the failed democratic presidential candidate says these young socialists taken over his party. They're not really socialists last Friday. He was on CNBC. He said, yeah. These young progressives are liberal on social issues, and they're big on inclusion and diversity when it comes to economics. He says they're basically libertarian centrists, and that is a lot of bull. There's only one difference amongst the young, socialists like Alexandria. Okay, contests, and the old socialist like crazy, Bernie and the rest of the democrat party that is the young ones. Admit who they are that they are socialists. I mean, they all support government control universal healthcare. That's gonna cost thirty two trillion dollars to implement. They all support open borders and on the limited illegal immigration. They all support identity politics. They all want government to dictate winners and losers. Based on victimhood status. They all support high taxes, a weakened military, massive social welfare programs. They all support guaranteed. Universal income government. Daycare and all the rest. There's nothing libertarian about them, socialists. They're socialists, they become communists, and these newly empowered youngins like the tired old worn out winds. They are socialists. Don't doubt..
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I've heard a lot of people say yes, yes. Yes. We need to do this. Because the whole reason why she's saying that we need to ration the amount of meat is because of the cow flatulence, this is actually in the greener deal, I'm not exaggerating. I'm not making this up. This is a woman who just ran off a quarter of a million jobs out of her state with Amazon and is proud of it hurting actual people who need a job, and she's now more focused on flatulence of a cow. Tell me that's not crazy. This is a woman that has a part of this is I just look at this. She's she's never had a child. But she's telling everybody how to raise her children. She's never been married, but she's telling people how to how to live married life. She's never ran a business, but he's telling people how to run their businesses. She's never bought a home or owned a home apparently. But she's telling people what they need to do. She's never managed anybody. But she's telling the whole country as she says, she's the boss how to manage. She's never had a professional job member. She was a bartender way. Right. Wasn't a bartender Diaz and what she was so proud of beforehand, I'm not knocking bartending. I'm just saying. And now, she's telling us how we need to change the entire government the function of government, and we need to start mandating what people cannot buy rationale beef. She's never served on a local committee. She has no idea about politics before she decided she has no real life experience at twenty eight. She wants to tell us what the government needs to do with our economy. She needs a kick at she wants to kick out certain people. She wants to literally get rid of all cows in this country. Get rid of cows. She actually thinks we need to get rid of cows. Just think about that. Cow. She wants to get rid of cows because she believes. This is how we need to do it. Now. This is you know, we played for you. There was a montage several months ago. That. If you'll get this queued up because I want to remind people of just how she got started. I just listen to some of what she had to say with this. She had these forty plus trillion dollars a new proposals over the next decades. This is her socialist agenda. Thirty two trillion on Medicare for all. That's how much it would cost. If we have thirty two trillion dollars is what we'd have to spend to get free healthcare to every by the way, she decided to do it five point four trillion because she wants to guarantee a job for everyone, including people that don't wanna work. She wants all these student loan debt to be forgiven and some other things that go along with it that would cost one point four trillion on student loans. She wants one point three trillion on free college paid family leave and social security expansion. So it's forty plus training new proposals over the next decade on top of the fact that she wants everybody go out and buy a tesla. She wants everybody to go out and buy a tesla or are the equivalent of a tesla because she wants to get rid of all cards in this country. That run on fossil fuels. She wants to mandate. It. How are you gonna pay for it? How are you going to pay for it? One eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two and you have all of this. And then you go even one step further you go one step further. And.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I believe that what what voters do is. They wanna know that whoever is going to leave. I'm understands that in America today. Not everyone has an equal opportunity to access to a path to success. And that that has been building up over decades and with better. Correct course. Okay. And then she was asked about policy differences between herself and Bernie Sanders. And there are none. I strongly believe that we need to have Medicare for all. And within that system. They're socialist or not Medicare for all. Oh, no. It's about providing health care to all people. It's about understanding that access to affordable healthcare should not be privilege. It should be a right. It's about understanding that in a democracy, and the way we have constructed our democracy. We at least in concept have said that your access to public education public health or public safety should not be a function of how much money you have. Okay. Well. Then she she was asked what distinguishes you from Bernie, and she can't identify any policy differences as in. None as in. None. The the the original question that preceded that answer was what is the difference between a democrat and democratic socialist in your mind, and she said, I support capitalism in theory. It's something that requires competition. I strongly believe we need to have Medicare for all. Okay. What? Now, let's be real about Medicare for all for a second the cost of Medicare for all is astonishingly large. We're talking about thirty two trillion dollars over the next ten years, and that amount of money alone is not going to cut it because Medicare's reimbursement. Rates for about sixty percents of the private industries reimbursement rates. She said the only way the Medicare for all co pay for itself is to basically cut off private insurance at the knees. Get rid of private insurance by Fiat. Then she had walked that back. That is a lot closer to socialized medicine and the system that we have now. Now, we can argue over whether accounts fully socialized medicine, whether you actually have to nationalize the health service as they have in Great Britain and everybody works directly for the government, or whether you could have a individual mandate system like you have in Switzerland Medicare for all looks a lot more like the NHS, then it looks like the Swiss health care system or even the French healthcare system where most of the doctors are not working directly for the state. They were for private hospitals with that said, comma, Harris has no real point of differentiation from Sanders and her points of differentiation are not going to be popular among mainstream grassroots. Democrats who like people calling themselves socialist who like this this new fangled democratic socialist talk. We'll talk about Bernie Sanders is systemic advantage..
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"She was asked about policy differences between herself and Bernie Sanders. And there are none. I strongly believe that we need to have Medicare for all. And within that system. They're socialist or not Medicare for all. Oh, no. It's about providing health care to all people. It's about understanding that access to affordable healthcare should not be a privilege that should be a right. It's about understanding that in a democracy, and the way we have constructed our democracy. We at least in concept have said that your access to public education public health or public safety should not be a function of how much money you have. Okay. Well. Then she she was asked what distinguishes you from Bernie, and she can't identify any policy differences as an none as in. None. The the original question that preceded that answer was what is the difference between a democrat and democratic socialists in your mind? And she said, I support capitalism in theory. It's something that requires competition. I strongly believe we need to have Medicare for all. Okay. What? Now, let's be real about Medicare for all the second the cost of Medicare for all is astonishingly large. We're talking about thirty two trillion dollars over the next ten years, and that amounts of money alone is not going to cut it because Medicare's reimbursement. Rates about sixty percents of the private industries reimbursement rates. She said the only way the Medicare for all co pay for itself is to basically cut off private insurance at the knees. Get rid of private insurance by then she had walked that back. That is a lot closer to socialized medicine than the system that we have now. Now, we can argue over whether it is fully socialized medicine, whether you actually have to nationalize the health service as they have in Great Britain and everybody works directly for the government, or whether you could have a individual mandate system like you have in Switzerland Medicare for all looks a lot more like the NHS. Then it looks like the. Swiss healthcare system, or even the French healthcare system where most of the doctors are not working directly for the state. They were for private hospitals with that said, Pamela, Harris has no real point of differentiation from Sanders and her points of differentiation are not going to be popular among mainstream grassroots Democrats who like people calling themselves socialist who like this new fangled democratic socialist talk. We'll talk about Bernie Sanders is systemic advantage..
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"That would be correct, except for the fact that that's not what the study said. The study said in order for Bernie Sanders program to cost that thirty two trillion dollars, they would have to implement his recommendations, Bernie Sanders, which are what to cut expenses and payments. The doctors and hospitals by forty percent. Now folks. Do you understand right now, by the way, this study has been debunked. The fact that it's going to cost less than private healthcare by even left-leaning outlets Joe, you understanding the logic here. What he's saying, what what Bernie saying here is if we cut payments almost in half to doctors and hospitals, we can save money. That's like me saying, okay, I can save money on my own healthcare expenses. If I walk into my doctor and tell him, I'm going to pay you fifty percent less Joe. What's the problem with that? Notice the doctor going to tell you get out, get out of my office and go pound sand where the doctor is works in a free market, like everyone else. He's compensated for his level of education and skill. If the government comes in and takes over the healthcare system and says to all the doctors and hospitals that some of them by the way hospital networks that are struggling now, hey, by the way we're gonna pay you fifty percent less. You are not going to have a doctor and hospital to go to. That's why the study has been roundly. I don't want us to study wasn't the bunk, but Bernie Sanders healthcare program, the. Fact that it's going to save money is been entirely punked even by left leaning Alex. Understand what Sanders is saying. He saying, I can save you money by taking over the healthcare system using the the awesome power of government. And I don't mean awesome in a good way. But what he's telling you is he's going to save you money by telling your doctor. He's gonna, give them fifty percent less and your hospital, and he's assuming your doctor and hospital or going to stay in business..
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Down three cents over the past two weeks to the average. Of two ninety one that's. Actually what could oil did on an equivalent basis and sounds per gallon so they're following crude oil down prices are still over fifty cents higher than they were a year ago and early morning fire yesterday damages a number of rooms at the Cape hedge in Rockport no one was hurt the fire started and was contained to the. Second floor no word on the cause according to a new study Senator Bernie, Sanders Medicare for all plan. Would increase government healthcare spending by more than thirty two trillion, dollars over ten years and would require historic tax increases to pay for it the study by George Mason university's libertarian policy. Institute in Virginia found the Medicare for all plan would deliver significant savings. On administration and drug costs but increased demand for care would drive up spending Sanders calls. A study misleading civil. 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"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Yeah it's pretty interesting and you can then say he makes it like sort of like this is just an option you don't need to talk about the price tag either you know it was sort of interesting here because it's just like oh we'll people just pay premiums like invalid you know she wasn't going about it like being the same exact medicaid for for those people but you know the the republicans were kind of interesting on this because they saw this like huge soft underbelly i mean they really they mean hard into like like her opponent was like you know basically you're bernie sanders you know i mean she literally said that televised debate you know and and and all the experts say bernie sanders medicare for all plant is gonna cost thirty two trillion dollars and the cc which elects public house was telling me like you know we're we're we're stopping out single payer this this is just another she's she's she'll be the first single payer advocates lose but certainly not the last they say like that too well it wasn't like bradley whitford and doing that it's in but jay more i forget what who the like yeah right right right but it was like it was it was literally quote like that i can't even i don't have it in front of me but it was like you know she'll soobee one of many you know single payer advocates it's just like okay so the reduced talking everything like sigler and didn't even heard like connor lamb who wasn't even talking about a medicare buy in in his in like i i heard like the state republican party chair at some event there being like it's social whom single payer and sanctuary cities like like you know i it's just a it doesn't resonate when it's clearly not true but be maybe it just doesn't resonate and you know i think really interesting has case of this michael will be racist like.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Legacy players have the very wide passed but have high friction the perfect is where we build those to reduce the friction increase the offering that's where the future lies in it's a process said hey d i you know anything about that hybrid advice in the world wealth point that was announced a couple of weeks ago you haven't ever i talk to you yesterday right it come disciples near looking around and you were looking at is the massive banking conference you were look in the agenda and you're like where the hell's the wealth management or save or anything along those lines you couldn't find anything tied to them that i thought was crazy i almost lost my mind because really in terms of global if i think about financial services we are in know talked about the wealth transfer that's thirty two trillion dollars being transferred intergenerational that makes everybody or should make everyone's set up straight and now instead of just talking about it it's actually happening you can see these assets being transferred generate intergenerational you have another time na'ma going on there which is at two women unfortunately for the man on the other side of to my last you know women do live longer and women are the ones that are at the wealth holders and women are the ones making financial decisions for their family so to add to that the stats that you were given earlier sam fifteen percent of financial advisers that are women yet today fifty percent of wealth holders are women driving these decisions so there's a huge gap in a disconnect there.
"thirty two trillion dollars" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"That hanshin thing surprised nee like you said you know at that chart near thank okay well they got their underfunded but it's not the worst it's ever been but it's not the worst that's ever been at a time when we have applied massive monetary stimulus haring around the globe and we've had tremendous asset inflation as a result of that know the stock market is up huge a household net worth is up thirty two trillion dollars and yet pensions are sitting on these liabilities are the biggest basically since after the crisis um that's the scary thing is when he put it in that context so if that's our starting point what happens if i'm right in the markets actually correct you know and suddenly the stock market isn't going up twelve percent a year uh that's gonna put a major hole in these funds and that has a major economic impact is not just an accounting thing because if you have to make contributions to fill that hole that money diverted from spending on real things or shareholder by bags and dividends which just you know amplifies the downturn in the markets because that's really been such key driver of a equity prices so much the again comes back to this these knockon effects in who we we've stiff to cuba the pension liabilities which is a big big problem that you lives but let us on recently focusing on and stiff throw your the market's alltime highs and yet with all this massive ecit prosser flesh and because of what's happened with interests because what the federal reserve of time taking rights down to zero these pension funds a fully behind this observatory this option which the rigidly stick to somehow at a cost you to the the magic of compound interest it works horribly the other way when you don't make us of sinn for a couple of years it's really really tough to catch up and so we have this really weird situation where the exit process through the roof and yet the longer this happens the more and more in trouble these pension fungus and an this retard diseases we might it with is a key elements is that as the the as the american population ages the happens across the western world.