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Rep. Tim Ryan on his focus on a preventive approach to health care reform.
The Congressman and 2020 hopeful, Tim Ryan, said he agreed with former Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, who warned the Democratic candidates with “Medicare-for-all” platforms, the strategy would be a flub in the General election.
In an interview with Vice, Reid said, the candidates should sell themselves on improving ObamaCare “, without something that would be much more difficult to” how a single-payer health care system.
To say Ryan echoed those sentiments on Wednesday in an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo: “I think the way to go for people in the private health insurance is, as part of our health care plan is a stone-cold political loser for us.”
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“It is a bad policy,” he said, speaking from a campaign stop in Iowa.
“The people really good contracts negotiated. Union workers like the one behind me now here in Iowa have negotiated good health care, sacrificed to wages. You can’t go and say, you will want to keep your health far care. I think this is a loser for us, and I’m not sure.”
Ryan touted a “progressive sensible approach” focuses on the first universal coverage for all and make it affordable for everyone.
“The system is broken,” he said. “We are two and a half times as much for health care than any other industrialized country and get the worst results. Because it is a disease-care system. We wait until people get really really sick and then we spend a lot of money trying to take care of you. We need to move to things like food is medicine. We need to disease reverse chronic, which is about $3.5 trillion per year. This stuff is reversible.”
“We have an innovative, progressive health care system that keeps us healthy, instead of a disease care system that makes money off of us sick,” added Ryan.
Ryan argues with Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to say on the democratic debate stage, that a Medicare-for-all system would be difficult to trade Union members were not injured, the idea that some unions have pushed back to false.
The candidate, who has yet to take place not planned qualified for the third round of the debate, Sept. 12 and 13, said, the debates, “I wish they were smaller, we got more time to talk.”
He complained that his platforms for health and education reform have not given enough of a platform for discussion, due to the strict time constraints of the debate.Floor.
“I don’t really had a chance, all you get, because you only have a minute or 30 seconds,”
So far, almost half of the candidates in a field of nearly two dozen have qualified for the third round. Ryan said he is confident that he will make the cut and that he would “get nowhere close to this race.”
Still, Ryan said he believes he will be the one to beat President Trump.
“If you want someone who’s gonna bring to the country, not so polarized, I’m the man to do it. I’m able to beat the guy, the Donald Trump from the Democratic side and I want us to be. I would like to work with the Republicans I want to work with the economy,” he said.
Ryan also pushed back on the idea that the Democrats are itching for a recession to combat the trump card of the campaign for the re-election of the core of a thriving economy.
“I have not said in the conversation about this economy is good for the vast majority of people for a long time,” Ryan. “Seventy-five percent of the people in this country are still living paycheck to paycheck and so the stock market was going well and unemployment was low, but the people were still.”
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The 2020 hopeful said he has a plan, “a public-private partnership, where the government has constructive things to do to create jobs, $30, $40, $50 per hour, not $15 per hour. That’s not where the economy works for people.”
Ryan is also the fault of bad political decisions to cut taxes, saying, “If we have a recession, we are not a tool in the toolbox to deal with anything.”
“We should increase taxes when times were good, so when times go bad …then we got to spend some money, then you have the taxes lower.”