It took 6 months to read my title.
- Apr 3, 2020
What fucking probability?! This is the first time you've brought up anything like that! Like everything else you say, it comes out of nowhere.I've had the same position since the fucking start. You've hallucinated other political positions and projected them onto me, because you seemingly can't comprehend that disagreement on something like probability can come from a place that isn't despicable centrist heresy.
And then, when I'm forced to disown a position I never advocated in the first place, that's "nitpicking". Okay, what-the-fuck-ever.
EDIT: Like I'm not crazy right?
Your first post in this thread was to link the relief bill to the vaccine plan, which doesn't make sense, and use that to say it's okay that the relief bill shouldn't have medical relief in it?Pretty disappointing.
But it's worth noting the article is specifically about how the COVID-19 response/ vaccination plan doesn't include a public option & lifts from private insurers. It's not his long-term healthcare plan, which still includes a public option according to his website.
That's kind of to be expected, really. Complete healthcare overhaul is direly overdue, but it's simply not going to be immediate due to the legislative process in the US. It was never going to be ready to go in time for the emergency vaccination provision, which needs to happen immediately.
Or is "That's kind of to be expected" code for something else?