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My favorite cluster****!
Kunstler is hitting on some of Karl's points. He was on Tucker Carlson a couple weeks ago. Maybe he could be a conduit to get Karl on Tucker?
From the article:
The US Senate needs to set up an equivalent of the Pecora Commission to thoroughly expose the cost racketeering in medicine, enable the prosecution of the people driving it, and propose a Single Payer remedy for flushing it away. The Department of Justice can certainly apply the RICO anti-racketeering statutes against the big health care conglomerates and their executives personally. I dont know why it has not done so already except for the obvious conclusion that our elected officials have been fully complicit in the medical rackets, which is surely the case of new Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Price, a former surgeon and congressman who trafficked in medical stocks during his years representing his suburban Atlanta district. A new commission could bypass this unprincipled clown altogether.
Earlier in the article he says the alternative to single payer is small clinics without all the technology, but I think that is not correct. It would be more like Karl is proposing.