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Jimmy shares his thoughts on Senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham’s new health “care” bill including why it doesn’t pass Cassidy’s “Jimmy Kimmel Test.”

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Jimmy Kimmel on Bill Cassidy’s Health “Care” Bill


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34 thoughts on “Jimmy Kimmel on Bill Cassidy’s Health “Care” Bill

  1. I'm very glad to see you standing up for heath care in your country. Being a Canadian, I can't ever imagine stressing about getting sick let alone having to carry the burden of a child with a condition. Your country is great. It doesn't have to be great again. It just has to grow up. We love you guys and gals and all the letters I can't remember at this time. . You got this!

  2. Free-market health care is best; please research the atrocities that happen in any country that has socialized healthcare..like Canada (the "Queen of the 1 month to a year wait line" & those people usually cross the boarder to the US to get timely health care!!) Europe is in the same boat & their countries are taxed to extreme levels. Socialized health care is not viable solution one iota. The "experiment" has been done long enough to know & theres more than enough info to make a solid case. We here in US are already taxed to the nth & the burden increases, just look at CALIFORNIA. The GAS TAX Nov 2017 goes up to approx 21 cents per gallon (not inclusive of the 18 c tax already there to pay for roads etc). This tax goes up to 48c in 2019. My best friend is forced to have OBAMACARE & can't use it bc no doctor takes it. And another good friend paid the fine which is unconstitutional… Thanks to TRUMP he doesn't have to pay this unlawful fine.

  3. Jim Bob needs to Do some home work . Bama No Cares Perigsisting Illness is ONLY for 18 Years and YOUNGER , Also Check All the Other Country's Health Care he and Many here Claim to be so Good . Total Junk . We had the Best Health Care in the WORLD , Before this Obama Care Junk . Try fighting Cancer with it . I did and it Will Not Help You !!!!! . Jimmy Wake Up

  4. I think I know how to get republicans to vote on a single payer bill, cut down our debt, increase incomes for majority of americans, yet still give people choice of health insurance while still resulting in 99.9% of americans on the single payer insurance plan. Have the bill tax everyone who makes $250,000 and above pay the 2.2% income tax and 6.2% payroll tax, as well as everyone under $250,000, but everyone under $250,000 can opt out of the income tax (not payroll), and in turn, not receive free health care. Also, completely deregulate private insurance companies. This way, poor, middle class, and wealthy americans can choose not to receive affordable care, and instead choose to pay thousands of dollars for crappy private insurance, meanwhile the system is still adequately funded. And to reach the goal of insuring everyone, yet still giving people choice… When someone runs into a medical problem, get in a car crash, break a leg, or get sick, those under the single payer system won't pay a penny, meanwhile those who chose to drop their insurance, or go private, will be given the option to have their current medical services be complementary (paid for by the single payer), but also be obligated to pay the 2.2% income tax after that point. Pleases some republicans by letting people have option of free market/no insurance, pleases all democrats by insuring everyone, and increasing incomes of average americans by thousands of dollars each year, pleases americans by giving them the choice of getting free medical care even if they have private insurance, by permanently enrolling in the single payer system and dropping private insurance. Eventually, private insurance would be fazed out, and health and financial benefits for the country as a whole would be immediate. Best of all, if a lot of people drop out of the single payer system in the beginning, the vast majority of the funding would come from rich americans who are ineligible to drop out, resulting in a massive government budget surplus and the debt starting to be paid off, and when everyone who dropped out ended up back on the single payer system, the surplus would end up going back to previous levels, with a lower debt interest to pay, and a lower total debt, while still insuring everyone with quality, affordable health care.

  5. With October just a week away, I can't help hoping that his experience at the birth of his son will cause Kimmel to think again about encouraging parents to torment their children after Hallowe'en this year.

  6. ACA does NOT pass the Kimmel Test:
    I have Fibromyalgia, Chronic Migraines, IBS, POTS, Lower back arthritis, Sciatica, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Costochondritis, Plantar Fasciitis, and more
    I DO NOT qualify for ACA, I have zero insurance and no gainful employment.

  7. Im from Canada. Healthcare system here is not perfect but it's faaaaar from bad. If healthcare wasn't free I wouldn't be able to afford all the expenses. Im happy that my taxes are going to healthcare and doesnt fund military like in the US.

  8. SO I  AM A RESPONSIBLE FATHER RAISING 4 OF MY CHILDREN WITH
    MY WIFE OF 27 YEARS WORKING AT A COMPANY FOR OVER 20 YEARS AND JIMMY KIMMEL
    WANTS ME TO PAY FOR EVERYONES HEALTH CARE WHO DOES NOT WORK WHO DO NOT TAKE
    CARE OF THERE CHILDREN AND DO NOT CONTRIBUTE TO OUR TAX BASE.  JIMMY I THINK WE SHOULD HAVE LATE NIGHT TALK
    SHOW HOST PAY FOR EVERYONES HEALT CARE.                THIS SITE TOOK DOWN THIESE SAME TWO POST YESTERDAY

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