Screw your Berniebro BS (were you paid to talk about “Obama’s Boys” in 2007 and 2008?), and the Brock affiliated organization you work for. What a horrible, sexist term to use. Even Brock himself apologized for using it. The financial transactions tax was proposed to pay for universal access to college education, not single payer, and he never said that that alone would fund single payer. You are lying, which isn’t a shock. Yes, single payer would lead to some tax increases, but it would be more than offset by reductions in out of pocket expenditures for most of the population. It would cost less (we pay the highest percentage of our income towards healthcare than any other country on Earth according to World Bank data, we pay more per capita and pay the most for drugs), single payer systems have less waste/overhead and don’t have the massive social costs of this system. We know this from every other country on Earth and from basic common sense. The argument people like you make is essentially, “How can we afford to pay less for healthcare?”
“Are the [working people] (fixed that for you) going to be launched against any Democrat who doesn’t support single payer?”
Hopefully. Not doing so results in thousands of people dying, thousands of people going into bankruptcy. I think that is kind of worse than challenging a group of corrupt politicians in that dying party.
“Are Democrats who resist going to be subject to all kinds of profanity? I hope Democrats are better than that.”
So, the Democrats can go on supporting a system that results in thousands dying, and you are worried about people saying swearwords or being called sellouts (which most of them are)? Are you kidding me? Besides, the Democrats are also not better than the Republican Party in voters’ eyes, a party that backs deeply unpopular ideas and a party in which only about a quarter of the population now identifies with. I am at a loss as to what you think you accomplish by posting what you post on this site. Not only is most of it outrageous and counter-productive (you offend people more than you convert them to your side), but you take positions on issues that would be considered far outside the mainstream in most any other developed country. Long past time that was the case here.