I totally forgot Trump entertained the idea of running for president back in 1999. Looking back at how he felt about the following issue, coupled with the fact that he has a great relationship with "the Blacks" who are to blame for Obama being president. He would totally have my vote for president tomorrow. Yeah, forget the racist Birther stuff; I'd forgive him if he felt the same way about health-care like he had back in the day:
I really believe the Republicans are just too crazy, right?” he told Tim Russert onMeet the Press. “I mean, just what’s going on is just nuts.”I mean seriously, based on what he said back then, Trump sounds like a lighter-skinned Barack Obama with fucked up hair, right? No joke, he sounded like one of those liberals he now despises as much as he does a 15mph headwind. Oh well, too bad he isn't concerned about those things today, and has it in for that Kenyan birth certificate. I guess something about a Black man being able to raise $1 billion to be elected president bothers him; but I could be wrong.
“We must have universal healthcare. I’m a conservative on most issues but a liberal on this one. We should not hear so many stories of families ruined by healthcare expenses.”
The goal of health care reform, wrote Trump, should be a system that looks a lot like Canada. “Doctors might be paid less than they are now, as is the case in Canada, but they would be able to treat more patients because of the reduction in their paperwork,” he writes.
The Canadian plan also helps Canadians live longer and healthier than Americans.
We need, as a nation, to reexamine the single-payer plan, as many individual states are doing.
And on his criticism of George Bush and the Iraqi invasion, The Trump said, “He’d go into a country, attack Iraq, which had nothing to do with the World Trade Center, and just do it because he wanted to do it.”