Kamala Harris Vows to Get Rid of Private HealthCare

Kamala Harris Vows to Get Rid of Private HealthCare

Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who ran for the Democratic nomination in 2016, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have brought other ideas, such as a Green New Deal, from the fringes into the halls of Congress.

Oakland! What were once vices are now habits. There is no serious Democratic politician who can stand against any leftist idiocy in principle. "I'm running to be president of the people, by the people and for all people". She is a hater and a liar and a thug in the guise of a healer.

She describes an instance in which she charged a homeless woman who was working two jobs to take care of her three children.

Harris has a long history of public service.

The California senator on Monday whipped through Iowa, skipping more conventional interactions with voters for a nationally broadcast town hall that included questions from Iowans. She paid a political price for her disruption, receiving nearly no support from law enforcement groups during her attorney general run in 2010. She added the country deserves a leader who doesn't speak to "the lowest common denominators and base instincts and speak in a way that is about inciting fear as a distraction from the fact that you're getting nothing done, helping the richest people and the biggest corporations". Brown was also reportedly key to helping Harris gain the support of wealthy campaign donors during her run for San Francisco district attorney in the early 2000's.

Her platform will include progressive policies including debt-free college and "Medicare for all" - allowing Americans to opt into government-run health coverage.

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Some commentators have been drawing parallels between Harris and Obama since early on in the California senator's political career, while others said such comparisons were reductive, with one writer, Holly Thomas, calling the urge to compare the two "symptomatic of a lazy habit that infantilizes high-profile women in America and overseas and skims over the personal details and unique circumstances that shaped them".

Harris, 54, and Schultz, 65, join several candidate already in the race, including Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, New York's Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, House Democrat Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii and Obama-era housing secretary Julian Castro of Texas. "And that's what she did".

Harris said throughout her life she has "only had one client: the people", echoing the words she has used in courtrooms and has adopted as her campaign's slogan. Lord knows, I am not ideal.

During CNN's live broadcast from Drake University in Des Moines, Harris spoke from a stage in front of a friendly audience of Iowans who said they plan to take part in the Democratic caucuses a little more than a year from now. "We are here because the American dream and our American democracy are under attack and on the line like never before", she said.

Harris rarely mentioned Trump by name, but he was clearly a target.

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