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Pass Healthcare, Then Fund it; Cynthia Nixon's Socialism Has Echoes Of Nancy Pelosi

Katz: "It's really something when the socialists of today make you long for the Democrats of yesterday."

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In her quest to become New York’s next governor and succeed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as New York's most daft and clueless politician, Cynthia Nixon is now advocating for a single-payer health care system in her state.

While most analysts agree that the massive undertaking is financially unrealistic for her state and require New York's tax revenue to increase 156%, by 2022, Nixon figures it's best to just pass the bill and worry about that whole messy funding thing later.

Gee, where have we heard that before?

It gets better, however, as the proposed New York Health Act would establish universal health care for everyone in the state, including undocumented immigrants. 

WIBC host Tony Katz can't get enough of politicians like Cynthia Nixon and her "socialist sister" in ignorance, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:

"Cynthia Nixon and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? Honestly, New York, you couldn't do better if you tried at giving me content... Oh! And crappy politicians!

...Cynthia Nixon has no plan for how to pay for universal healthcare, she admits it, but she says, 'pass it, and we'll figure out how to fund it later.' 

It's an amazing thing when the socialists of today make you pine for the Democrats of yesterday." 

Click the link below to hear Tony's full commentary. This one's a doozy. 

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