11/15/2020 (Sun) 07:23:58
He actually got stuck in a middle school the first year he taught because of drama in the local school system. He hated it.>>67667
I actually generally agree with you there. If you base it on whether people had taxable income over the past 10 years, then that does make sense. You would also have to make a reliable database with the last time that everyone paid income taxes which is easily accessible.
I'd also argue that people who are on unemployment benefits should qualify because one of the requirements of being on unemployment is showing that you are making a concerted effort to find a job somewhere. I know this because my parents wen through the unemployment process recently
I'm not saying you are the only one holding things up, but the left is too by digging their heels over this one aspect. The big difference between the two is that the left is actually trying to do something and the right has not actually put together a substantive plan beyond "we will protect pre-existing conditions">>67668
Cool, you have friends who say it is shit, but I have been talking about this with my Canadian buddies on FFXIV as recently as three days ago. There is a reason why I said in my first post that we can "model ourselves off these systems" instead of "Take what these guys are doing wholesale." If we actually put any effort into it, we can actually put something together that isn't based around paying absurd amounts out of pocket.
and "used to be" is an important phrase. We also don't have to completely remove the option of private healthcare. There are multiple people, including the president elect, who argue for keeping a public option.