Rationing. Socialized medicine means rationing, absence of competition, low quality, experienced by broad layers of population.
No, it does not mean such things. The care my family has gotten has so far been better than what would have been received in the US.
Finally, in countries with socialized medicine there is a second tier, private medical industry, frequented by affluent people or middle class.
Yes. So you still have private medicine, and you hae social medicine. The best of both worlds.
In the long term single payer is worse and is more expensive, hands down.
The facts disagree with you. Medical mistakes kill more in the US than the UK. The outcomes of treatment are more successful in the UK. And the costs are much much lower in the UK. The facts show that in the long term, socialized medicine is cheaper and more effective.
Congress makes the law, not the president.
The president can submit legislation for consideration. The president can block anything (up to a super majority). So the president has more influence than most people say.
who doesn't think H1-B hurts them?
Yes. H1-B doesn't hurt me. I moved out. H1-B has no effect on me now. The question isn't whether American burns, but what song Koch will be playing on the fiddle while it does.
Also, note that inflation dipped negative [statista.com] for a couple of months last year.
A quick dip into the negative is a matter of measurement, not reality. When you measure the IQ of someone with a cold, it's lower than when they are well. So does a cold actually cause someone to get dumber, or does a cold mess with the measurement taken at that time? Given the recovery after, one concludes it was a temporary measurement error. CPI is good at comparing inflation, but poor at actually measuring it. If you want to find out whether your inflation this year is higher or lower than last, then CPI works. But to find out how much more it'll cost you to live this year, vs last, then you'll need a more accurate inflation measure.
Support Mental Health. Or I'll kill you.