I agree with Yang's flagship policy UBI, but he has some other policies that worries me. Like the volunteer time banking system, that's like the first step of a social credit system. Also the media obundsman that can fine media for "fake news". Who determines what is fake, if it's the government then this is straight up censorship.
Hopefully he makes it. Really hope we don’t continue the trend of 8 year presidencies.So, legit question: can anyone stop Biden at this point? Sure it’s early but he’s just creaming everyone else in the polls.
This should make most centre-left Dems happy, because he’s also their best shot at beating Trump, IMO.
It was Biden who promised to cure cancer, not Trump...
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-cure-cancer-aids-joe-biden-orlando-campaign-rally/As President Trump officially kicked off his 2020 campaign in Orlando Tuesday night, he made sweeping promises to tackle two of mankind's most dreaded diseases. In front of the crowd at a packed Amway Center, Mr. Trump said his administration would work to cure cancer and again vowed to eradicate AIDS if he's elected to a second term.
I'm inclined to agree, though I'm not quite as confident. The Democrats currently look like a circus - two dozen clowns campaigning on largely the same issues but just trying to out-promise each other with that free crao they'll give away. Doesn't sound an effective strategy but what do I know.To be fair, this is moot, my point being that Trump has about locked the re-election IMHO.
You may be on to something. And as LeV said, it seems as though the democrats are just trying to see who can out-shout everyone else on the same talking points. I would contest however, that if Trump gets complacent like the democrats did last time around (it's impossible for hillary to lose right?) you may get president...I forget...Warren....Bernie, is Bernie even running this time?To be fair, this is moot, my point being that Trump has about locked the re-election IMHO.
Was that a point anyone made? I know they asked a "show of hands" question of "would you get rid of your private insurance.." (emphasis mine).
- Get rid of private healthcare insurance completely
Warren and DiBlasio were in favor of abolishing private insurance.Was that a point anyone made? I know they asked a "show of hands" question of "would you get rid of your private insurance.." (emphasis mine).
I don't believe I've seen anyone argue against a baseline insurance for everyone, with a market for "luxury" supplemental policies available to those with the means.