There’s a civil war brewing on health care. While many of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidates support some version of Medicare for All, others aren’t ready to give up on ObamaCare—and Kamala Harris is trying to have her cake and eat it too.
“KamalaCare” would apparently move the country to Medicare for All over the span of 10 years. But it would require the help of private insurers—a surprise, considering Harris supported the elimination of private health insurance during the last Democratic presidential debate.
The plan was met with immediate criticism from so-called “moderate” and radical Democrats alike—either saying it’s “unrealistic” or that it doesn’t go far enough in socializing the American health care system. The rest of America is just wondering if Democrats can stop arguing long enough to develop an actual plan.