- Nov 15, 2013
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There were/are 10s of millions of uninsured after the ACA was fully implemented. See...the definition of full and complete depends on what you perceive.Yes, the phrase "full and complete" is totally ambiguous. What type of lunatic would understand that to mean that it would be a comprehensive plan. "Full and complete" is nearly as ambiguous as the phrase "in 2 weeks."
There are dozens of possible health care plans that would be full and complete without being Medicare for All. The ACA would be the most obvious example
Are you really arguing that Trump isn’t ambiguous about his use of language?
Most reporters questions after Trump makes a statement is “what do you mean by that?”.