As Obamacare collapses, House Democrats are finally being asked what their solution, if any, is to health care. Most have embraced a single-payer health care system that comes with the hefty price tag of $32 trillion in new government spending. With health care currently being debated in the halls of Congress, we wonder where Ron Kind stands on this important issue.
Does he stand with most House Democrats in support of single-payer? If so, how does he expect to pay for $32 trillion in new government spending?
Kind’s constituents deserve to know where he stands when it comes to their health care, but he’s already dodged answering the question once, so we shouldn’t expect a response from him anytime soon.