Bernie Sanders was on CNN speaking with Dana Bash. The social crackpot got on the topic of Obamacare. Even Bernie Sanders knows Obamacare is terrible. He said that it has serious problems and the premiums and deductibles are too high. Thanks, Captain Obvious.

Bernie is not the sharpest tool in the shed. He is admitting that a far left socialist policy like Obamacare is a failure, yet the wants to rule the land with "more government." This is absolutely insane.

Bernie Sanders with Dana Bash

Dana Bash. “The President is trying to blame Democrats for the GOP failure to repeal and replace Obamacare but he also said that he’d be willing to work with you and Democrats in the Senate and House on a solution…”

Bernie Sanders: “Dana let me begin by saying this, the bill that was defeated should have been defeated. It was a disastrous piece of legislation primarily designed to provide 300 billion dollars in tax breaks to the top 2%, throwing 24 million people off of health insurance, raising premiums for older workers in a very very significant way….

Now as you indicated, of course Obamacare has serious problems. The deductibles are too high, premiums are too high. The cost of healthcare is going up at a much faster rate than it should.”

Even Bernie Sanders Knows Obamacare is Terrible

Bernie also said the United States needs to ‘join the rest of the civilized world and guarantee healthcare for all people as a right and that’s why I’m going to introduce a Medicare for all, single-payer program’.

Bernie Sanders is what is wrong with all of liberalism in a nutshell. He sees that socialized healthcare is a big-time failure. He sees the soaring premiums and deductibles, yet he STILL thinks the solution is more government.

Bernie always tries to spin things to appear the previous attempts of socialism were "never done the right way." The issue is, with socialism, there is no right way. It is doomed to fail.

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