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Hillary Said It: Medicare IS A Single-Payer System

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There was another throwaway line in a presidential debate this week, as there was last time. Last time, Donald Trump spoke it; this time, Hillary did. This one, too, was potentially lost in the haze of puerile posturing in the one corner, and resolute attempts not to throw up in the other.
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