Accordingly, it would also be quite expensive — $32 trillion over 10 years, according to an Urban Institute report. That’s more than a 50 percent increase in federal spending — all federal spending — according to spending projections by the Congressional Budget Office.
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But listen to what Senator Sanders is saying. A family of four will pay $8000 more in taxes per year BUT eliminate their $12,000 to $15,000 health insurance premiums per year.

Americas will be better off eliminating the for profit health insurance companies who are merely acting as moneychangers who cause grief after every doctor visit and letting the government deal directly with all providers.

When I get into an accident and the body shop says they need more money to fix it they do not call me for the money they call the insurance company for a supplemental payment. I stay out of the picture.

America should seriously consider the BernieCare system. And stop saying socialism.

And $32 trillion over ten years is a lot less than what the current system will be.

We are at $3.3 trillion right now!