Whether or not one agrees with single payer, it is reprehensible that our employment based health care model is for-profit while both providers and insurers work harder for returns to shareholders and investors than public health.
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You sound even more ignorant using liberal as a derogatory an insult. It’s a lot more flattering than conservative.
Given these two definitions, which are you? A frightened (overly cautious), staunch preservationist set in your ways? Or generous and open minded? From Websters:
Definition of conservative
a : of or relating to a philosophy of conservatism b capitalized : of or constituting a political party professing the principles of conservatism
a : tending or disposed to maintain existing views, conditions, or institutions : traditional b : marked by moderation or caution c : marked by or relating to traditional norms of taste, elegance, style, or manners.
Definition of liberal
a : of, relating to, or based on the liberal arts b archaic : of or befitting a man of free birth
a : marked by generosity : openhanded b : given or provided in a generous and openhanded way c : ample, full
: not literal or strict : loose
: broad-minded; especially : not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or traditional forms
a : of, favoring, or based upon the principles of liberalism b capitalized : of or constituting a political party advocating or associated with the principles of political liberalism; especially : of or constituting a political party in the United Kingdom associated with ideals of individual especially economic freedom, greater individual participation in government, and constitutional, political, and administrative reforms designed to secure these objectives