Harry Reid Says Medicare For All Is Problematic

Harry Reid speaks during his portrait unveiling on Capitol Hill December 8, 2016

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For once in his life, the man who lost a fight with exercise equipment finally has something worth listening to.

During an interview with VICE News, Harry Reid had strong words to say about two of the largest issues currently being championed by the Democrats vying for the opportunity to be resoundingly beaten by Donald Trump in the 2020 Presidential election.

Talking about healthcare, Harry the Hack was asked if liberals should expand Obamacare or try to give healthcare away to everyone for free. His answer:

“I think that we should focus on improving Obamacare. We can do that, without bringing something that would be much harder to sell. Improving Obamacare: People understand that. They would appreciate that. It locks in many important things.”

The career politician who infamously stated that "I don't know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican, OK. Do I need to say more?" then proceeded to go against the party line again and give an actual reflection of how the GOP and non-moonbats think on immigration.

"There are so many more important things to do. Decriminalizing border crossings is not something that should be at the top of the list. It should be way, way down at the bottom of the list. People want a fair immigration system. They don’t want an open-door invitation for everybody to come at once."

Both times when the interviewer asked if supporting Medicare for All and decriminalizing crossing the border would be politically problematic, Harry Reid responded with an abrupt “Of course it is.”

Maybe that workout band knocked some sense into him after all.

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