Politics Analysis | The dam is now breaking on Democrats’ embrace of single-payer

00:00  12 september  2017
00:00  12 september  2017 Source:   msn.com

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Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) directs a question beside Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.). Both are 2020 contenders, and both have now come out in support of single-payer health care legislation.© EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) directs a question beside Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.). Both are 2020 contenders, and both have now come out in support of single-payer health care legislation.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) became the fourth co-sponsor of Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I-Vt.) “Medicare for all” (a.k.a. single-payer) health-care bill Monday. In doing so, he joined Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.).

What do those four senators have in common? Well, they just happen to constitute four  of the eight most likely 2020 Democratic presidential nominees, according to the handy list I put out Friday. And another senator in my top 8, Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), last month came out in favor of the idea of “Medicare for all” — though not this specific bill (yet).

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This is about as far from a coincidence as you can get. And it suggests the dam is breaking when it comes to the Democratic Party embracing government-run health care.

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There are 48 members of the Democratic caucus in the Senate. The fact that 4 of the first 5 to come out in support of Sanders's bill all came from a relatively small universe of top presidential hopefuls suggests that this will be a litmus test issue in 2016. And any hopeful that doesn't support it is going to stand out like a sore thumb. (The fifth was Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, and Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon joined the growing group shortly after Booker on Monday afternoon. Merkley and Whitehouse have also been mentioned as dark-horse 2020 hopefuls.)

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It also seems to confirm that these senators have clear designs on running. The last thing any of them want is to see another candidate get to their left on this, so each of them are quick to go on-record — much quicker than their not-eyeing-2020 colleagues who can afford to be more judicious and deliberate. The bill hasn't even been introduced yet; that'll come Wednesday.

That's not to say single-payer isn't gaining support elsewhere in the Senate Democratic caucus. Notably, Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) said last week that Congress should take a “solid look” at single-payer. Activists hailed even those cautious words given Tester represents a red state and has previously been dismissive of the idea that single-payer's time has come. (Tester said “we are so far away” from that debate in both March and June.)

Tester is hardly the only Democrat to resist this debate. Just last year, Sanders primary foe Hillary Clinton dismissed single-payer as “a theoretical debate about some better idea that will never, ever come to pass.” Fast-forward a year, and it's Democratic presidential hopefuls that are spearheading this.

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And polls certainly suggest its time has come — at least on the left. I argued back in July that the biggest winner of the Obamacare repeal debate was single-payer. And polls have repeatedly shown an increase in support for both single-payer and the idea that government should guarantee health care, even among Republicans.

A Pew poll in January showed 60 percent of Americans said the government had a responsibility to provide health care coverage for all, up from 51 percent the year before. The poll showed just 33 percent overall favored single-payer specifically — versus a “mix of government and private programs” — but among Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters, 52 percent wanted single-payer. And among self-described liberals, it was 64 percent.

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In other words: The writing is on the wall. The GOP's failed efforts to repeal and/or replace Obamacare have cemented government's increased role in health care, and not even Republicans are really arguing for a big rollback on that. Meantime, Sanders's stronger-than-expected challenge to Hillary Clinton in 2016 showed the power that a base-energizing, single-payer-supporting candidate can have.

There are about 18 months until the first Democratic debates of 2020, and the trend line is clear enough that Democratic hopefuls know in which direction this will go. And they also have the added benefit of knowing they probably won't have to actually vote on this anytime soon.

Expect this to continue apace in the days and weeks ahead.

Sanderscare is all cheap politics and magic math .
Lawmakers are much likelier to make universal health care happen if they base their plans in reality.For years Democrats have (rightfully) hammered Republicans for spouting empty slogans and magic math.

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