No, you're wrong again. Using violence, coercion and intimidation to silence political dissent are fascist tactics. That's what Antifa does.Yeah, if you exclude any relationship to fascist economic principles...
So by your opinion anyone who seeks to impact someone else's free speech is a fascist...so when Trump says we should revoke licenses for MSNBC and CNN makes him a fascist?
So Trump is not trying to silence his opposition? I disagree. Did Trump call for his supporters to "knock the crap" out of people protesting him?No, you're wrong again. Using violence, coercion and intimidation to silence political dissent are fascist tactics. That's what Antifa does.
Are the Proud Boys fascists? How about the members of the KKK or the Fraternal Order of the Alt-Knights or Identity Europa? Nah.PJ lib: Trump is as bad as Antifa! Honest!
Yes. Do a little research and find out what nationalized health care would look like. Britain would be a good place for you to start.So you're saying Medicare for all isn't nationalized health care??
Not what was asked. Try again.Yes. Do a little research and find out what nationalized health care would look like. Britain would be a good place for you to start.
Switzerland has universal health insurance...it is not nationalized health care.
You really have a problem with reading comprehension. Here is what I wrote:Not what was asked. Try again.
Plus you're playing semantics. Nationalized health care, universal health care......same thing. But nobody here is talking about universal health care except you.
So let's try this again..... Are you claiming that the democrat candidates who are proposing "Medicare For All" is not or would not be a nationalization of the US health care system if passed by congress?
Oh and just as a side.....apparently the Brits disagree with your claim they don't have nationalized health care. That's EXACTLY what they call it.
"Founded in 1948 amid a flurry of welfare-state reforms, the British National Health Service (NHS) advanced three core principles: “that it meet the needs of everyone, that it be free at the point of delivery, and that it be based on clinical need, not ability to pay. The country's largest employer, the NHS in England, employs over 1.3 million people and serves a population of 50 million."