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CNN moderator criticized for question to Sanders

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The League of Women Voters bowed out of hosting debates in 1988 because:

LEAGUE REFUSES TO “HELP PERPETRATE A FRAUD” WITHDRAWS SUPPORT FROM FINAL PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

WASHINGTON, DC —”The League of Women Voters is withdrawing its sponsorship of the presidential debate scheduled for mid-October because the demands of the two campaign organizations would perpetrate a fraud on the American voter,” League President Nancy M. Neuman said today.

“It has become clear to us that the candidates’ organizations aim to add debates to their list of campaign-trail charades devoid of substance, spontaneity and honest answers to tough questions,” Neuman said. “The League has no intention of becoming an accessory to the hoodwinking of the American public.”

Neuman said that the campaigns presented the League with their debate agreement on September 28, two weeks before the scheduled debate. The campaigns’ agreement was negotiated “behind closed doors” and vas presented to the League as “a done deal,” she said, its 16 pages of conditions not subject to negotiation.

Most objectionable to the League, Neuman said, were conditions in the agreement that gave the campaigns unprecedented control over the proceedings. Neuman called “outrageous” the campaigns’ demands that they control the selection of questioners, the composition of the audience, hall access for the press and other issues.

“The campaigns’ agreement is a closed-door masterpiece,” Neuman said. “Never in the history of the League of Women Voters have two candidates’ organizations come to us with such stringent, unyielding and self-serving demands.”

Neuman said she and the League regretted that the American people have had no real opportunities to judge the presidential nominees outside of campaign-controlled environments.

“On the threshold of a new millenium, this country remains the brightest hope for all who cherish free speech and open debate,” Neuman said. “Americans deserve to see and hear the men who would be president face each other in a debate on the hard and complex issues critical to our progress into the next century.”

Neuman issued a final challenge to both Vice President Bush and Governor Dukakis to “rise above your handlers and agree to join us in presenting the fair and full discussion the American public expects of a League of Women Voters debate.”

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Viewers trash CNN following debate for biased questions against Bernie Sanders

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I’m Warren this time around, but it was so painfully obvious that CNN Corporate execs were bought out by centrist / Republican bidders…

“Bernie Sanders… You advocate for Medicare For All.. Why are you raping and pillaging the people as they drown in the taxes wrought by your disastrous plan?”

Quick facts:

  • These questions NEVER consider how much excess we pay ALREADY

  • They never consider how many people are UNINSURED or UNDER-INSURED AND DIE because of this.

  • They never look at the ROI of true Universal Healthcare and its positive-feedback loop on society.


Foreword: I work in the healthcare system from a logistical standpoint. My wife is also an RN. I’ve researched this passionately for a while. I’ll do my best to target exactly what makes it more efficient while simultaneously being more ethical:

Americans pay 1.5-2x MORE per-capita for the cost of healthcare than comparative first-world industrialized OECD nations. So when people say “how will we pay for it?” tell them in all likelihood it will be cheaper than what we’re paying now. And yet they’re able to provide healthcare coverage to their entire population. In America? Even today despite the ACA helping, ~28 million people still lack healthcare coverage despite gains with the ACA. Because of this, up to 40,000 people die annually due solely to a lack of healthcare. Even a fraction of this figure is disgusting and causes more deaths to innocent Americans than 9/11 every 28 days.

  • They’re able to closely match (and sometimes out-pace) the health outcomes of the United States (WHO, OECD, Commonwealth)

  • They’re able to do this at almost half the cost (whether it’s private or via taxes, it makes no difference when you’re broadly paying less).

  • They’re able to provide ethical coverage to EVERYONE.

  • In doing so, you standardize administrative costs and billing (where a much higher overhead and waste occurs in the U.S. Up to 30% in administrative costs is unparalleled from elsewhere, even Medicare has much lower overhead).

  • You have a Return On Investment (ROI). It’s no surprise that when your workforce is healthier, happier, they’re more productive seeing as they’re less stressed and more capable of tackling their health ailments while they’re small instead of waiting for them to snowball to the point they’re unavoidable. (Per Kaiser Family Foundation, ~50% of Americans refuse to seek medical attention annually due to concerns for medical costs. Being in the healthcare industry, I assure you this is not what you want as you will inevitably be forced to confront your ailment when it’s exacerbated and exponentially more costlier to treat).

  • Medicare (what would likely be expanded to all) has superior patient satisfaction, leverages better rates against Hospitals, and is better at auditing fraud–all the while keeping things transparent (which is why their reports are broadly public and private insurers keep their data a closely guarded secret).

A final note is that apologists like to tout our advanced medical technologies. But here are a few points to make on that: 750,000 Americans leave to go elsewhere in the world for affordable health care. Only 75,000 of the rest of the world engage in “medical tourism” and come here to America annually. Let’s also note that most people lack the top-tier health insurance plans to access/afford such pioneering procedures. Meanwhile, countries like Germany and Japan are still innovators, so don’t let the rhetoric fool you. Worst case, America could easily take the savings from streamlining the billing process and inject that into research grants to universities, CDC, or NIH.

It is more efficient and ethical, and momentum is building. I’ll end with posting this AskReddit post of people telling their heartfelt stories in universal healthcare nations. While these are a collection of powerful anecdotes, it is 99% highly positive, with valuable views from those who’ve lived both in America and elsewhere. Simply speaking, both the comparative metrics and anecdotes do not support our current failed health care system.

If they’re still asking, “how will we pay for it?” Ask them if they cared about the loss in tax revenue that resulted from unnecessary tax-breaks on the wealthy, or the $2.4 trillion dollar cost of the Iraq War for which we received no Return-On-Investment (ROI). Remind them what the Eisenhower Interstate Highway Project did for us as an ROI. Remind them what technology we reaped from putting men on the moon, or the cost of WWII and development of the atom-bomb. Curiously, these people do not speak a word to these issues. Put simply, America is “great” when we remember that we have a reputation for a can-do attitude. Making excuses for why we cannot do something isn’t our style when we know it’s the right thing. We persevere because it’s the right thing.

Please, support Universal Healthcare in the form of Single-payer, Medicare-For-All. Be it Sanders’ plan or Warren’s plan, it doesn’t matter. Both are sufficient to push the concept forward into actual policy which will evolve.

Real Estate, and Personal Injury Lawyers. Contact us at: https://westlakelegal.com 

Viewers trash CNN following debate for biased questions against Bernie Sanders

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I’m Warren this time around, but it was so painfully obvious that CNN Corporate execs were bought out by centrist / Republican bidders…

“Bernie Sanders… You advocate for Medicare For All.. Why are you raping and pillaging the people as they drown in the taxes wrought by your disastrous plan?”

Quick facts:

  • These questions NEVER consider how much excess we pay ALREADY

  • They never consider how many people are UNINSURED or UNDER-INSURED AND DIE because of this.

  • They never look at the ROI of true Universal Healthcare and its positive-feedback loop on society.


Foreword: I work in the healthcare system from a logistical standpoint. My wife is also an RN. I’ve researched this passionately for a while. I’ll do my best to target exactly what makes it more efficient while simultaneously being more ethical:

Americans pay 1.5-2x MORE per-capita for the cost of healthcare than comparative first-world industrialized OECD nations. So when people say “how will we pay for it?” tell them in all likelihood it will be cheaper than what we’re paying now. And yet they’re able to provide healthcare coverage to their entire population. In America? Even today despite the ACA helping, ~28 million people still lack healthcare coverage despite gains with the ACA. Because of this, up to 40,000 people die annually due solely to a lack of healthcare. Even a fraction of this figure is disgusting and causes more deaths to innocent Americans than 9/11 every 28 days.

  • They’re able to closely match (and sometimes out-pace) the health outcomes of the United States (WHO, OECD, Commonwealth)

  • They’re able to do this at almost half the cost (whether it’s private or via taxes, it makes no difference when you’re broadly paying less).

  • They’re able to provide ethical coverage to EVERYONE.

  • In doing so, you standardize administrative costs and billing (where a much higher overhead and waste occurs in the U.S. Up to 30% in administrative costs is unparalleled from elsewhere, even Medicare has much lower overhead).

  • You have a Return On Investment (ROI). It’s no surprise that when your workforce is healthier, happier, they’re more productive seeing as they’re less stressed and more capable of tackling their health ailments while they’re small instead of waiting for them to snowball to the point they’re unavoidable. (Per Kaiser Family Foundation, ~50% of Americans refuse to seek medical attention annually due to concerns for medical costs. Being in the healthcare industry, I assure you this is not what you want as you will inevitably be forced to confront your ailment when it’s exacerbated and exponentially more costlier to treat).

  • Medicare (what would likely be expanded to all) has superior patient satisfaction, leverages better rates against Hospitals, and is better at auditing fraud–all the while keeping things transparent (which is why their reports are broadly public and private insurers keep their data a closely guarded secret).

A final note is that apologists like to tout our advanced medical technologies. But here are a few points to make on that: 750,000 Americans leave to go elsewhere in the world for affordable health care. Only 75,000 of the rest of the world engage in “medical tourism” and come here to America annually. Let’s also note that most people lack the top-tier health insurance plans to access/afford such pioneering procedures. Meanwhile, countries like Germany and Japan are still innovators, so don’t let the rhetoric fool you. Worst case, America could easily take the savings from streamlining the billing process and inject that into research grants to universities, CDC, or NIH.

It is more efficient and ethical, and momentum is building. I’ll end with posting this AskReddit post of people telling their heartfelt stories in universal healthcare nations. While these are a collection of powerful anecdotes, it is 99% highly positive, with valuable views from those who’ve lived both in America and elsewhere. Simply speaking, both the comparative metrics and anecdotes do not support our current failed health care system.

If they’re still asking, “how will we pay for it?” Ask them if they cared about the loss in tax revenue that resulted from unnecessary tax-breaks on the wealthy, or the $2.4 trillion dollar cost of the Iraq War for which we received no Return-On-Investment (ROI). Remind them what the Eisenhower Interstate Highway Project did for us as an ROI. Remind them what technology we reaped from putting men on the moon, or the cost of WWII and development of the atom-bomb. Curiously, these people do not speak a word to these issues. Put simply, America is “great” when we remember that we have a reputation for a can-do attitude. Making excuses for why we cannot do something isn’t our style when we know it’s the right thing. We persevere because it’s the right thing.

Please, support Universal Healthcare in the form of Single-payer, Medicare-For-All. Be it Sanders’ plan or Warren’s plan, it doesn’t matter. Both are sufficient to push the concept forward into actual policy which will evolve.

Real Estate, and Personal Injury Lawyers. Contact us at: https://westlakelegal.com 

Viewers trash CNN following debate for biased questions against Bernie Sanders

Westlake Legal Group HLYJlsu33mLhFV1gR9UTyMbSGqGi6t9km9j4e1F5pRQ Viewers trash CNN following debate for biased questions against Bernie Sanders r/politics

I’m Warren this time around, but it was so painfully obvious that CNN Corporate execs were bought out by centrist / Republican bidders…

“Bernie Sanders… You advocate for Medicare For All.. Why are you raping and pillaging the people as they drown in the taxes wrought by your disastrous plan?”

Quick facts:

  • These questions NEVER consider how much excess we pay ALREADY

  • They never consider how many people are UNINSURED or UNDER-INSURED AND DIE because of this.

  • They never look at the ROI of true Universal Healthcare and its positive-feedback loop on society.


Foreword: I work in the healthcare system from a logistical standpoint. My wife is also an RN. I’ve researched this passionately for a while. I’ll do my best to target exactly what makes it more efficient while simultaneously being more ethical:

Americans pay 1.5-2x MORE per-capita for the cost of healthcare than comparative first-world industrialized OECD nations. So when people say “how will we pay for it?” tell them in all likelihood it will be cheaper than what we’re paying now. And yet they’re able to provide healthcare coverage to their entire population. In America? Even today despite the ACA helping, ~28 million people still lack healthcare coverage despite gains with the ACA. Because of this, up to 40,000 people die annually due solely to a lack of healthcare. Even a fraction of this figure is disgusting and causes more deaths to innocent Americans than 9/11 every 28 days.

  • They’re able to closely match (and sometimes out-pace) the health outcomes of the United States (WHO, OECD, Commonwealth)

  • They’re able to do this at almost half the cost (whether it’s private or via taxes, it makes no difference when you’re broadly paying less).

  • They’re able to provide ethical coverage to EVERYONE.

  • In doing so, you standardize administrative costs and billing (where a much higher overhead and waste occurs in the U.S. Up to 30% in administrative costs is unparalleled from elsewhere, even Medicare has much lower overhead).

  • You have a Return On Investment (ROI). It’s no surprise that when your workforce is healthier, happier, they’re more productive seeing as they’re less stressed and more capable of tackling their health ailments while they’re small instead of waiting for them to snowball to the point they’re unavoidable. (Per Kaiser Family Foundation, ~50% of Americans refuse to seek medical attention annually due to concerns for medical costs. Being in the healthcare industry, I assure you this is not what you want as you will inevitably be forced to confront your ailment when it’s exacerbated and exponentially more costlier to treat).

  • Medicare (what would likely be expanded to all) has superior patient satisfaction, leverages better rates against Hospitals, and is better at auditing fraud–all the while keeping things transparent (which is why their reports are broadly public and private insurers keep their data a closely guarded secret).

A final note is that apologists like to tout our advanced medical technologies. But here are a few points to make on that: 750,000 Americans leave to go elsewhere in the world for affordable health care. Only 75,000 of the rest of the world engage in “medical tourism” and come here to America annually. Let’s also note that most people lack the top-tier health insurance plans to access/afford such pioneering procedures. Meanwhile, countries like Germany and Japan are still innovators, so don’t let the rhetoric fool you. Worst case, America could easily take the savings from streamlining the billing process and inject that into research grants to universities, CDC, or NIH.

It is more efficient and ethical, and momentum is building. I’ll end with posting this AskReddit post of people telling their heartfelt stories in universal healthcare nations. While these are a collection of powerful anecdotes, it is 99% highly positive, with valuable views from those who’ve lived both in America and elsewhere. Simply speaking, both the comparative metrics and anecdotes do not support our current failed health care system.

If they’re still asking, “how will we pay for it?” Ask them if they cared about the loss in tax revenue that resulted from unnecessary tax-breaks on the wealthy, or the $2.4 trillion dollar cost of the Iraq War for which we received no Return-On-Investment (ROI). Remind them what the Eisenhower Interstate Highway Project did for us as an ROI. Remind them what technology we reaped from putting men on the moon, or the cost of WWII and development of the atom-bomb. Curiously, these people do not speak a word to these issues. Put simply, America is “great” when we remember that we have a reputation for a can-do attitude. Making excuses for why we cannot do something isn’t our style when we know it’s the right thing. We persevere because it’s the right thing.

Please, support Universal Healthcare in the form of Single-payer, Medicare-For-All. Be it Sanders’ plan or Warren’s plan, it doesn’t matter. Both are sufficient to push the concept forward into actual policy which will evolve.

Real Estate, and Personal Injury Lawyers. Contact us at: https://westlakelegal.com 

Viewers trash CNN following debate for biased questions against Bernie Sanders

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I’m Warren this time around, but it was so painfully obvious that CNN Corporate execs were bought out by centrist / Republican bidders…

“Bernie Sanders… You advocate for Medicare For All.. Why are you raping and pillaging the people as they drown in the taxes wrought by your disastrous plan?”

Quick facts:

  • These questions NEVER consider how much excess we pay ALREADY

  • They never consider how many people are UNINSURED or UNDER-INSURED AND DIE because of this.

  • They never look at the ROI of true Universal Healthcare and its positive-feedback loop on society.


Foreword: I work in the healthcare system from a logistical standpoint. My wife is also an RN. I’ve researched this passionately for a while. I’ll do my best to target exactly what makes it more efficient while simultaneously being more ethical:

Americans pay 1.5-2x MORE per-capita for the cost of healthcare than comparative first-world industrialized OECD nations. So when people say “how will we pay for it?” tell them in all likelihood it will be cheaper than what we’re paying now. And yet they’re able to provide healthcare coverage to their entire population. In America? Even today despite the ACA helping, ~28 million people still lack healthcare coverage despite gains with the ACA. Because of this, up to 40,000 people die annually due solely to a lack of healthcare. Even a fraction of this figure is disgusting and causes more deaths to innocent Americans than 9/11 every 28 days.

  • They’re able to closely match (and sometimes out-pace) the health outcomes of the United States (WHO, OECD, Commonwealth)

  • They’re able to do this at almost half the cost (whether it’s private or via taxes, it makes no difference when you’re broadly paying less).

  • They’re able to provide ethical coverage to EVERYONE.

  • In doing so, you standardize administrative costs and billing (where a much higher overhead and waste occurs in the U.S. Up to 30% in administrative costs is unparalleled from elsewhere, even Medicare has much lower overhead).

  • You have a Return On Investment (ROI). It’s no surprise that when your workforce is healthier, happier, they’re more productive seeing as they’re less stressed and more capable of tackling their health ailments while they’re small instead of waiting for them to snowball to the point they’re unavoidable. (Per Kaiser Family Foundation, ~50% of Americans refuse to seek medical attention annually due to concerns for medical costs. Being in the healthcare industry, I assure you this is not what you want as you will inevitably be forced to confront your ailment when it’s exacerbated and exponentially more costlier to treat).

  • Medicare (what would likely be expanded to all) has superior patient satisfaction, leverages better rates against Hospitals, and is better at auditing fraud–all the while keeping things transparent (which is why their reports are broadly public and private insurers keep their data a closely guarded secret).

A final note is that apologists like to tout our advanced medical technologies. But here are a few points to make on that: 750,000 Americans leave to go elsewhere in the world for affordable health care. Only 75,000 of the rest of the world engage in “medical tourism” and come here to America annually. Let’s also note that most people lack the top-tier health insurance plans to access/afford such pioneering procedures. Meanwhile, countries like Germany and Japan are still innovators, so don’t let the rhetoric fool you. Worst case, America could easily take the savings from streamlining the billing process and inject that into research grants to universities, CDC, or NIH.

It is more efficient and ethical, and momentum is building. I’ll end with posting this AskReddit post of people telling their heartfelt stories in universal healthcare nations. While these are a collection of powerful anecdotes, it is 99% highly positive, with valuable views from those who’ve lived both in America and elsewhere. Simply speaking, both the comparative metrics and anecdotes do not support our current failed health care system.

If they’re still asking, “how will we pay for it?” Ask them if they cared about the loss in tax revenue that resulted from unnecessary tax-breaks on the wealthy, or the $2.4 trillion dollar cost of the Iraq War for which we received no Return-On-Investment (ROI). Remind them what the Eisenhower Interstate Highway Project did for us as an ROI. Remind them what technology we reaped from putting men on the moon, or the cost of WWII and development of the atom-bomb. Curiously, these people do not speak a word to these issues. Put simply, America is “great” when we remember that we have a reputation for a can-do attitude. Making excuses for why we cannot do something isn’t our style when we know it’s the right thing. We persevere because it’s the right thing.

Please, support Universal Healthcare in the form of Single-payer, Medicare-For-All. Be it Sanders’ plan or Warren’s plan, it doesn’t matter. Both are sufficient to push the concept forward into actual policy which will evolve.

Real Estate, and Personal Injury Lawyers. Contact us at: https://westlakelegal.com 

CNN Completely Botched The Democratic Presidential Debate

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CNN is reality TV masquerading as a news organization.

CNN is terrible by design because they misunderstand their place.

MSNBC is left wing.
Fox is on the far right.

CNN’s execs think their network needs to be down the middle. They accomplish this by presenting both sides, and they’re dead wrong in doing so.

CNN would report arson by setting up a panel with firefighters on one side and the arsonist on the other, as if both sides are equally valid. They would interview the family whose house was burned down, and then they would counter that by asking “Couldn’t it be said that you now have more time to spend outdoors now that you’ve been lifted of the burden of living under a roof?”

Here’s how it should work:

MSNBC is left wing.
Fox is on the far right.

CNN should be the network of facts. Period. If the facts for a particular story please the left more than the right, so bet it. If the facts make the right happier than the left, so be it. No balance. No spin. No lies.

The truth should be CNN’s north star. Instead, CNN is the network that guarantees the truth is no more valid than a lie, and CNN will go out of their way to give 50% of their airtime to airing lies as if they’re just as valid as facts.

The worst part about CNN is that it’s fixable. It’s so easily fixable, but they won’t do it because they can’t see past the idea that truth and lies are equally valid.

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CNN Moderators, Alarmed by Cost of Medicare for All, Ignore Price Tag of Endless War

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Discussion Thread: Seventh Democratic Presidential Debate | 1/14/20 | 9:00 PM – 11:00 PM EST | Part 2

Six candidates will be on stage Tuesday for the seventh Democratic Presidential Debate. In order to qualify for this debate, candidates needed to achieve at least 5 percent in four DNC-approved national or early-voting-state polls or at least 7 percent in two early-voting-state polls. Candidate also needed to have received donations from at least 225,000 unique donors and a minimum of 1,000 unique donors per state in at least 20 states.

The seventh Democratic debate is scheduled for Tuesday, January 14 and will be co-hosted by CNN and The Des Moines Register. The moderators will be Wolf Blitzer (CNN), Abby Phillip (CNN), and Brianne Pfannenstiel (The Des Moines Register). The debate will run from 9:00 to 11:00 PM EST.

The debate will air on CNN. It can also be streamed live on the CNN website (cable log-in not required), The Des Moines Register, CNN’s iOS and Android apps, and the CNNgo apps for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, and Android TV.

Candidates:

  • Former vice president Joe Biden

  • Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg

  • Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.)

  • Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)

  • Businessman Tom Steyer

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)


Part 1

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Video emerges of Sanders saying in 1988 a woman could be elected president

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This is manufactured outrage by the media. They love this Jerry Springer-esque he said/she said shit in politics. It’s also the PERFECT vessel for Republicans and foreign influencers to fan the flames, so that makes it even worse.

In reality – who cares? We don’t even know the context – I feel they are both telling half-truths. In certain contexts, the alleged statement isn’t even that bad. (Like Bernie referring to voters, not his own beliefs)

They had a disagreement, and now that the media has injected their own spin on what happened, both parties can be branded as liars by either side.

It’s a lose-lose for Warren, because she’ll either say too little and be criticized for not having a stronger response, or say too much and keep this fabricated feud going longer.

I don’t really get the Bernie supporter argument/conspiracy that Warren has produced all this as some sort of slimy political gamesmanship. I don’t see how this helps her at all.

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