Doug Wead, a New York Times bestselling author, and the guy who came up with the term "compassionate conservative," says that providing free healthcare for illegals would mean a certifiable death sentence for the United States as we currently know it – not just because it's financially impossible, but also because it would fuel the largest illegal land invasion this country has ever seen.
"If the United States becomes the first nation on Earth to offer free healthcare to anyone who enters its borders, even illegally, it would result in massive immigration and the end of the country as it now exists," Wead is quoted as saying.
In all reality, Bernie Sanders or whichever leftist clown ends up winning the nomination based on this "free everything for everyone" campaign platform will more than likely retreat from it once the rubber meets the road. But the fact that some liberal voters believe that it's actually viable and worth supporting says a lot about the pulse of American intelligence in 2019.
Bernie buffoons have somehow convinced themselves that, even though this country can't even take care of its growing homeless population, that somehow money will appear out of nowhere to facilitate endless free doctor and hospital visits for illegal invaders.
"I happen to believe that when I talk about health care as a human right, that applies to all people in this country," Sanders stated during one of the debates, to resounding applause from his cult followers.
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While it would be a mistake to suggest that Trump is a definite shoe-in for reelection in 2020, the current lineup of Democratic hopefuls is as good an indicator as any that it's highly unlikely there will be any other outcome. That's because average Americans, both left and right, aren't about to endorse these pie-in-the-sky promises of "free everything," nor are they onboard with things like open borders and abortion at any age.
During one recent debate between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, it was abundantly evident that even left-leaning voters are shying away from what the National Review's David French describes as "sweeping, utterly unrealistic, and often unpopular (at least with the general population) far-left policies."
Still, it's important to recognize that a growing number of Trump-haters are willing to vote for whatever candidate pans out in the end, regardless of how extreme and outlandish his or her agenda might be. Will they have enough votes to actually win? Probably not. But then again, many people didn't think Trump would win, either.
"There's a glimmer of hope that more responsible voices will prevail," French contends about what he hopes to see happen once all the dust settles.
"Americans of all political stripes should not be wishing for the irresponsibility or extremism of their opponents, even if they perceive that opposing extremism increases their own chances for victory. In a closely divided country, extremists can win, and their victory will further fracture a nation that's already in the grips of a spirit of rage and fear."
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