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Struggling presidential hopeful Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke pushed back on his Democratic primary rivals calling for abolishing private insurance in comments defending private plans Friday.

The former Texas congressman claimed he heard from “fellow Americans” that it was important to maintain choice on health care.

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“The goal has always been guaranteed, high-quality universal health care,” O’Rourke responded [when asked about a single-payer health care system].

He continued to emphasize the importance of preserving consumer choice in health care, saying it is “really important that as we get to guaranteed, high quality universal that we also preserve choice.”

“That’s something that I’m hearing loud and clear from our fellow Americans,” O’Rourke said.

“The goal has always been guaranteed, high-quality universal health care,” O’Rourke responded.

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  1. WHAT!?!?! How on earth can you have BOTH options in a single provider system??!! From my experience with Obamacare, I learned you either take what they offer or you buy lower-cost ‘private’ insurance which usually won’t pay because of various reasons. Both are so costly – especially for single older folks on fixed or semi-fixed incomes! I think the hot Texas sun has gotten to poor Beto’s head so badly that the boy just can’t think right! You CANNOT have “choice” per se when the government runs healthcare!!! Thus the need to abolish it!

  2. Single payer health care is like climate contro. Both are about people control be the government.

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