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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentOther - Politics & Government · 3 months ago

Why do Democrats oppose monopolies unless it is a Single Payer monopoly on health care?

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  • 3 months ago

    Government owned and operated monopolies are called socialistic enterprises. We are for them when the enterprises create and distribute essential goods and services, like healthcare and grid power.

    When the government is for and by the people our government owned and operated enterprises will be for and by the people. And that will enhance the availability of those goods and services to everyone in America.

    We are for the market driven enterprises with competition (i.e., no monopolies), when the goods and services are discretionary and not at all essential...like luxury items. When the goods and services are a mix of essential and discretionary, we are for market driven enterprises that are regulated by government to ensure the essentials are fairly distributed to everyone

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    Because they are HYPOCRITES. You have to understand what they want. They want POWER. You are not smart enough to "take care of yourself"...or "smart enough to understand" how you need to live. They need to CATEGORIZE people into GROUPS so that they can be VICTIMIZED. If you feel like a VICTIM...you want someone who can take care of you...which is UTTER NONSENSE...but that is what they WANT.

    The "solution" to the healthcare...there really isn't a problem...everyone has healthcare...is SIMPLE. Get the F#CKING GOVERNMENT OUT OF HEALTHCARE.

    If they don't stick their fat f#cking noses into people's health needs...then the MARKET FORCES WORK WONDERS and cost plummets while quality of care skyrockets.

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  • 3 months ago

    That doesn't mean the government administers all health care. That means that health care providers bill the federal government rather than patients directly. There would still be many, many health care providers (think Medicare advantage).

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