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November 9, 2019 9:53 AM

Wendell Potter: Together, we’re going to make Medicare for All a reality

Health care is hard.

Democrats spent 100 years trying and failing to reform our broken, profit-driven health care system before enacting the Affordable Care Act in 2009. Hillary Clinton was at the forefront of one such attempt in 1993, and now she’s back in the news, warning Democrats that Medicare for All is the right goal, but “unrealistic.”

I appreciate Secretary Clinton’s assessment of the power of the insurance industry. But as a former industry spinmeister―and one who played a role in killing her reform plan―let me tell you why I now disagree:

I worked at 😈 Humana in the 90s when Hillary led the Clinton administration’s attempt to create a more equitable and rational health care system. As a 🐍 PR flack, I worked with other health insurance industry executives to craft what are now their greatest hits—like dubbing “Medicare for All,” “government-run health care.”


Our campaign on behalf of corporate insurers worked: Public opinion that had been rising in support of sweeping reform dropped like a rock. 

Fast forward 25 years and the industry play now is the same as it was then, and the same as they ran against the Affordable Care Act. Why, then, should Clinton expect to feel any differently about passage of single payer?

Here is why this time is different, and we are poised to win Medicare For All this time:

A majority of Americans who receive health insurance through their employer now say they support a switch to Medicare For All.

A majority of small business owners support Medicare For All. (Most small employers can no longer offer health insurance because it’s too expensive. It’s not because they don’t want to, it’s because they can’t afford to offer coverage to their employees.)

► The number of Americans receiving health insurance through an employer is falling—55%, down from closer to 70% just a few years ago.

► And those who do get coverage through an employer increasingly find it too expensive. The average family insurance plan now costs more than $20,500 annually.

► And furthermore, those people find their health plan too expensive to use. While 30 million of us are uninsured despite the ACA, more than twice that many are now “underinsured”—meaning their deductibles and copays are so high they can’t afford to go to a doctor or hospital if they need to or even pick up their prescriptions.

A majority of Americans support Medicare For All even after it has been attacked. Simply remind people their out-of-pocket costs, premiums and deductibles will go away—and they’re all for it.

Finally, (and this is harder to track) we didn’t have politicians like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren 10 and 25 years ago with the power those two have now. Their social media followings, their email lists, the media they draw—it all contributes to getting out the truth about the broken for-profit health insurance system the industry was able to lie about for years.

There’s now a chorus of voices, led by Senators Sanders and Warren, that are saying, “enough!” 

Wendell Potter
Medicare for All NOW!

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Agelbert NOTE: Except for Charles Hugh Smith's bias aganst Medicare for All based on the exactly backwards notion that the "administrative costs" (a term CHS conveniently avoids using because, if he did, his argument against Medicare for All would be exposed as a backdoor defence of Corporate "Health Insurance") of Medicare, because of the massive Medicare billing fraud he we are now saddled with, would "get worse" under Medicare for All.

CHS knows damned good and well that "Adminstrative Costs" in Private Health Insurance Corporations are 5 to 10 TIMES GREATER than the "Administrative Costs" for Medicare. He ALSO KNOWS that the REASON FOR THAT is the CEO multi-million dollar pay of all these corporate crooks from Humana to Aetna to Blue Cross (and so on). There are NO "pay packages" like that in Medicare, PERIOD!

These thieving "health care" corporations defraud and milk people for all they are worth, making them a Capitalist's gravy train to the tune of over 17% of US annual "GDP" (see: stock market valuation based false equivalence with US economy GDP). If CHS really wanted to put the US stock market in a swan dive, he would be cheering Medicare for All instead of trashing it because of the 40% billing fraud. The fraud costs of Medicare are minuscule compared with the FRAUD, worthless or harmful meds and procedures, paper-pushing and OVERBILLING that Corporate Health Insurers engage in 24/7. Medicare for All would put Wall Street in a death spiral. CHS's inability to connect those dots is evidence of bias.

Other than that, the article is correct in stating that the populace is not going to take much more of this Oligarchs 'R" US country impoverising economy.

Stock Market Cheerleading: Why Do We Celebrate The Super-Rich Getting Richer?

Wed, 11/13/2019 - 11:30

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog,

It's not too difficult to predict a political rebellion against the machinery of soaring wealth and income inequality.

The one constant across the media-political spectrum is an unblinking focus on the stock market as a barometer of the national economy: every major media outlet from the New York Times to Fox News prominently displays stock market action, and TV news anchors' expressions reflect the media's emotional promotion of the market as the end all to be all: if stocks rose, the anchors are smiling and chirpy, and if the market fell then their expressions are downcast and dour.

This cheerleading of the stock market is based on an implicit assumption that the rising stock market raises all boats: a rising market is assumed to reflect an expansion of sales and profits that trickle down to the masses in higher wages, more jobs and rising 401K retirement accounts.


The reality is starkly different: the vast majority of the gains generated by a rising stock market flow to the top 10% households who own 93% of all financial assets, and the gains within the top 10% are highly concentrated in the top .01% of financiers, super-wealthy families and corporate managers who have reaped the vast majority of the past decade of stock market gains.

The 1% grabbed 82% of all wealth created in 2017 (and 2018 and 2019...)

America's Richest 1% Now Own As Much Wealth As The Middle And Lower Classes Combined

As my friend Adam T. recently observed: when we cheer the rising stock market, we're celebrating the super-rich getting even richer. Why are we celebrating an unprecedented widening of wealth inequality that erodes democracy (because the super-wealthy buy political influence) and the social contract (as the vast majority of wealth and power flow to the top .01%)?

Soaring wealth inequality is extremely destabilizing politically, socially and economically: much of the social unrest breaking out around the world can be traced to the political, social and financial disenfranchisement of the masses by super-wealthy elites.

Economically, soaring inequality concentrates and capital and power in the hands of the few, creating fertile ground for cartels and monopolies which raise costs without generating better services or more jobs. This dynamic is easily visible in the U.S.:

The U.S. Only Pretends to Have Free Markets: From plane tickets to cellphone bills, monopoly power costs American consumers billions of dollars a year.

Politically, the 90% who are losing ground seek political redress, generating tension in a political system dominated by the super-wealthy. Since the political machinery is controlled by the elite, the bottom 90%'s efforts to gain political redress will fail: Medicare for All (to take one example of many) is just an expansion of rapacious sickcare cartels that further concentrate wealth and power in the hands of the few at the expense of the many.

(Recall that 40% of Medicare spending is billing fraud, worthless or harmful meds and procedures and paper-pushing. All Medicare for All will accomplish is sickcare CEOs skimming $80 million a year in stock options will skim $160 million.)

In cheering advances in the stock market that benefit the financial and political elite, we're cheering the destabilization of our economy and society. Is that really something worth cheering?

At some point, people will awaken to the fact that the soaring stock market is the primary engine of soaring inequality, the erosion of democracy and the destabilization of the social order.

It's not too difficult to predict a political rebellion against the machinery of soaring wealth and income inequality, which will eventually lead to a severe reduction in the power of the Federal Reserve and its greed-driven dependent, Wall Street.


It's not just wealth that's concentrated in the hands of the top .01%--virtually all the income gains of the past decade of "recovery" have flowed to the top .01%: and the super-wealthy's response? Let them eat brioche , a response so disconnected from reality that it would be humorous were it not a reflection of a completely corrupt and rotten status quo.

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/stock-market-cheerleading-why-do-we-celebrate-super-rich-getting-richer
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Economic Update: The US’s Profit-Driven Medicine
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Economic Update: The 😈 US’s Profit-Driven Medicine
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By Alexandra Early, Beyondchron.org

November 15, 2019 |CREATE!

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For example I was recently in a contract bargaining session with members who work at a small nursing home  in San Francisco. A Certified Nursing Assistant told the management bargaining team about her struggles to get care with their current health insurance plan. “Because of the $6000 deductible it’s as if we have no health insurance at all,” she said. “When I injured my leg a few weeks ago, the doctor wanted me to get an MRI. I told them I couldn’t do it. I can’t pay $1000 for an MRI, when I’m making only like $18 an hour. Every time I have to go to physical therapy it costs $70. Sometimes I cancel the appointments because I can’t afford them. I am afraid that they are going to tell me I need surgery, because I just don’t know how I’ll be able to pay for it.”

One of the company’s executives, who had flown in from their regional office in Southern California that morning, tried to look sympathetic. “Thank you for sharing,” he said, “I know how hard it is to share something like that. I’m just paying off a debt from a medical procedure myself.” But he went on to say that the proposal we had made to change to a fully employer-paid health insurance with no deductible was “ridiculous and unrealistic.” We pointed out that workers used to have this kind of health insurance plan before the company took over their nursing home, and that the company’s profits had tripled since that take-over. He explained matter of factly that profitability has nothing to do with how the company compensates its employees.

After this very informative exchange management left the room so that the workers and I could caucus privately. Another member of the bargaining team, a housekeeper in his late fifties who has worked at the nursing home for over 20 years, was furious. He and his wife, who works in the kitchen at the facility, often have to go to the hospital for different healthcare services.  Every time they are shocked by the costs, which all have to be paid out of pocket.

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November 23, 2019 9:28 AM  Wendell Potter Info@medicareforallnow.org

Who’s behind the massive disinformation campaign to kill Medicare for All?

Who’s behind the massive disinformation campaign to kill Medicare for All?

It’s not just the greedy insurance and pharmaceutical industries. Recent reporting shows that the for-profit hospital industry is just as concerned about protecting their investors’ profits―effectively putting the incomes of the rich over the health of the American people.[1]

And the man behind this propaganda campaign has a long history with both the insurance and for-profit hospital industry. 😈 Chip Kahn, CEO of the Federation of American Hospitals, is best known for the “Harry and Louise” commercials in the 1990s that helped sink the Clinton health care reform effort.

😈 Chip Kahn

He was also involved in killing the so-called “public option” from the Affordable Care Act.

I’ve known Chip for years. Back when I was part of communications efforts of the health insurance industry, Chip was the head of the Health Insurance Association of America. Now, he’s switched from for-profit insurance to for-profit hospitals. But he’s singing the same  tune.

In his new role, Chip has taken credit for the creation of the dark-money group, the Partnership for Americans Health Care Future , whose membership boasts dozens of health insurance, pharmaceutical and investor-owned for-profit hospitals who are funding the anti-Medicare for All campaign.

As you read this, the Partnership is running attack ads on Facebook targeting Medicare for All in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. They are trying to scare Democratic voters toward supporting candidates who do not back full-blown Medicare for All.

We know Chip's strategy of fearmongering. And we must defeat it in order to pass Medicare for All NOW!


Wendell Potter

Medicare for All NOW!

[1] “Documents Reveal Hospital Industry is Leading Fight Against Medicare for All,” The Intercept, Oct. 15, 2019

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November 27, 2019

Is Peak 👹💵🎩 Reaganomics Killing Off Young Americans?

Young Americans are dying in record numbers because we are reaching peak "Reagan Revolution." Ronald Reagan altered the American political and economic system in 1981, destroying worker rights and changing our tax code to radically increase the political and economic power of the very rich.

This year, for the first time in generations, the number of people who are "middle class" has fallen below 50%, while the wealthiest 1% of Americans own more than the bottom 90% of Americans combined.

And now we learned this week from a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association that for several years in a row the death rates for young people, 25 to 34 years old, has been exploding, while the death rate of Americans 25 to 64 years old, people in their prime of their lives, has also been continuously increasing.

The only hope for the survival and return to prosperity of the American middle class is to repudiate neoliberal Reaganomics and return to the political and economic system that FDR put into place in the 1930s and built the American middle class until Reagan flipped it upside down in 1981.

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Article: "'There's something terribly wrong': Americans are dying young at alarming rates" by Joel Achenbach.
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Article: "It's Not Just Poor White People Driving a Decline in Life Expectancy" by Gina Kolata and Sabrina Tavernise.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/26/health/life-expectancy-rate-usa.html

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« Reply #129 on: November 27, 2019, 09:11:10 pm »
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November 24, 2019 | EDUCATE! 

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It's Our Choice: Medicare for All, or Endless War?
« Reply #130 on: November 30, 2019, 05:17:53 pm »

It's Our Choice: Medicare for All, or Endless War?

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The question of affordability is almost always raised when it comes to Medicare for All, but not when it comes to endless war or profits for the Pentagon. But if we shut down our foreign military bases, ceased endless war and canceled failing weapons program, we'd have enough money left over to ensure that everyone can access health care.

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THEY’RE NOT EVEN HIDING IT ANY MORE 😟
« Reply #131 on: December 05, 2019, 06:29:19 pm »
CURING PEOPLE DOESN’T PAY”

THEY’RE  NOT EVEN HIDING IT ANY MORE 😠

Goldman Sachs asks the question – in public: “Is curing a sustainable business model?”


They’re not even hiding it any more.

There have always been con artists in medicine. That would be doctors who deliberately don’t heal people so that they have have an income for life from a dependent patients.

Now the whole system is structured that way.

The drug companies and medical advice makers and their owners call the tune and most of the doctors dance to it.

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Star Member RKP5637 (57,068 posts)   Response to brooklynite Mon Dec 16, 2019, 11:05 AM

2. Yet another day in "UC" United Corporatism, formerly known as "US" United States.

One day to be known as "UD" United Dystopia! The fallen Rome of the 21st Century.

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Congress to permanently repeal 3 major health taxes in year-end spending deal
Source: Politico

Congress is expected to permanently repeal three major health industry taxes that were supposed to help pay for Obamacare in a final year-end spending agreement, in a big win for the health care industry.

Lawmakers have agreed to ax the Cadillac tax on pricey employer plans, a 2.3 percent tax on medical devices and a health insurance fee, four individuals familiar with the talks confirmed to POLITICO on Monday.

Congressional leaders struggled over the weekend to wrap up the remaining disputes over what would be included in the nearly $1.4 trillion fiscal 2020 spending text and which policy bills would ride to enactment along with the appropriations measures. While leaders are still racing to finalize a deal, top appropriators are said to be on track to release the text of the final fiscal 2020 funding bills by midday, setting up passage in both the House and Senate this week.

The repeal of the three taxes represents an expensive windfall victory for the health care industry 
, which lobbied intensely against all three taxes since they were first mandated by the Affordable Care Act.

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‘ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS A CHANCE TO LIVE’
« Reply #134 on: December 25, 2019, 10:22:11 pm »

‘ALL I WANT FOR Christmas IS A CHANCE TO LIVE

By The Backbone Campaign, Popular Resistance.
December 24, 2019 | CREATE!

Above photo: Phil outside the CareFirst building in Baltimore, MD.

SNIPPET:

Phil Ateto, a 41 year old Annapolis resident, has been fighting multiple myeloma cancer for 9 years. Having exhausted almost every drug available, Phil’s oncologist requested that CareFirst approve him for Venetoclax, a new drug that is FDA approved for similar blood cancers, and has shown promising results in trials for those with multiple myeloma. His oncology team believes that taking Venetoclax for 1-3 months will allow him to survive long enough that he can undergo a Car-T Cell Treatment in early Spring, Phil’s doctor feels that this is his best and only option for staying alive.

CareFirst is denying Phil coverage. CareFirst is refusing to honor Phil and his doctor’s wishes. Phil’s cancer levels are growing everyday that he is not in treatment. CareFirst is condemning Phil to die.  But Phil is fighting back.

“After all that BS we heard about ‘death panels,’ the real death panels ☠️are the 😈🎩 insurance companies that get between patients and their doctors to deny care and access to medication. That interference is a death sentence for those being denied,” said Ateto. “That’s what 🐍 CareFirst is doing to me and I love life too much not to put up a fight.”


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NOTE: Millions of people in the US are going without healthcare because they are uninsured or denied coverage or can’t afford the out of pocket costs. This one is personal for us. We have known and worked with Phil since he joined the campaign to stop the TransPacific Partnership in 2012. He has worked with us on the campaign for National Improved Medicare for All and on a wide variety of issues. Phil did light projection when we were at the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, DC.

Phil joined the Backbone Campaign, where Margaret is a board member. Backbone has partnered with us in our action camps. Phil coordinated the Solidarity Brigades across the country that do light projection and other creative messaging. He works tirelessly even though he has cancer and despite the risk of arrest for simply exposing injustice.

Phil shows up and does whatever is needed. He does so with care and positivity. He also organizes against racism and for health care in his community. He is a dedicated activist. Now Phil needs us to show up for him. So far, funds have been raised for his first treatment. He will need a second one.

Together, we can raise the funds necessary so Phil will have treatment while we make so-called ‘CareFirst’ do their job of covering it.  – MF and KZ

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