wait Sanders wants to raise payroll taxes by 9%?
In 2013 he was pushing for single payer and that included a ~9% total increase 2.2% from workers and 6.7% increase from employers. Considering the actual cost of healthcare this is reasonable, unless the ACA marketplace is an unreasonable place.
Payroll taxes shouldn't really have anything to do with ACA. If he's doing single payer, there's no reason to involve a market place. If anything, there would just be a one stop shop to register for Medicare For All. No need to worry about what's going on with the private sector.
The concerning thing about it is that payroll taxes are totally flat, and even that's assuming he makes some other changes. They're not something we should be trying to see more of.
See I think one of Obama's big mistakes was calling it a public option instead of framing it as "anyone can buy medicare" or some shit, because people love medicare
So, apparently Trump placed on his golf course a memorial for an imaginary Civil War battle.
You know, I don't think there is anything more Trump than a monument to delusion.
CBS's polling shows Trump with a healthy lead in first and Cruz pushing ahead of Carson for 2nd. Which spooks me out.