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Bradley Whitford: Ady Barkan Film Erases False Divide Between Personal And Political ctm magazine

The Biden social policy bill includes $150 billion towards in-home care for seniors and the disabled like ALS patient and activist Ady Barkan. The documentary “Not Going Quietly” follows Ady Barkan as he fights for healthcare reform. The Executive Producer of the film, Bradley Whitford, joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss.
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  • Freedom Seeds on December 14, 2021

    I don’t feel sorry for that liberal what so ever.

  • Jen leigh on December 14, 2021

    My friend lost his life at 49 to Ataxia which he was diagnosed with in his 30s as his mom had it and passed it to him generically. He disintegrated for about 15 or more years and eventually suffocated to death. He was very brave to keep going and not committ suicide KNOWING HIS PAINFUL FATE. PLEASE BE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR HEALTH ABD REACH OUT TO THOSE LESS FORTUNATE THAN YOU AND YOURS. 😉😇😁

  • Dan Ozmatlan on December 14, 2021

    God bless you Ady. I am grateful for your life sir 🙏

  • Harvey Manfredsenjenson on December 14, 2021

    "…and here's more from my [sob] 2016 victory speech: [sob] … to my Wall St. donors: we [sob] did it! … [sob]…"
    Hillary 2021

  • Gnirol Namlerf on December 14, 2021

    I know it is inexplicable, but Joe Manchin's constituents, who voted 69-30 for Trump, would respond, "Mr. Whitford, and the rest of you liberals, please do not tell us what we need from the government." Some of them would add, "We can figure out what we need by ourselves, thank you." A smaller but not insignificant group would go on, "I'd rather die than have you telling me how to run my life or telling Manchin how to vote." I don't know how you counter that. They support the Defense Department's $768,000,000,000 annual budget (plus the money for the DHS, CIA and other agencies), with conservatives telling them (without proof) that it is needed to protect everyone's physical security, but not BBB to do the same at less than a quarter of the cost, because it was proposed by a Democrat.

  • John Brown on December 14, 2021

    Dear brother, your loved

  • MG Massey on December 14, 2021

    We don't care about the disabled
    We are terrible to folks with illness
    Money matters more than life
    Wish it were not true
    But it is

  • Chris Albert on December 14, 2021

    Expecting politicians to be heroes is like waiting for pigs to fly. Don't expect changes to come from them. Do it, as a constituency and a society.

  • Y N on December 14, 2021

    why the sound of 'canned Natl Enquirer' type audio?

  • Erica Rona on December 14, 2021

    Was he on medications that may have caused it?

  • Daniel Carruth on December 14, 2021

    If people are sick they can't work. Universal healthcare is not socialist, it is a protection to our democracy

  • alan bailey on December 14, 2021

    You will not have healthcare reform without campaign finance reform.

  • Ralph York on December 14, 2021

    Understand something … get it clear … RepubliKKKlans don't care. It's pay to stay from here on out. Closing time for those who cannot afford medicine.

  • D Legionnaire on December 14, 2021

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  • The Doctor on December 14, 2021

    What is maddening is that universal insurance coverage costs less because it spreads the risk over the whole population. Most of congress is smart enough to create a way better system, but corporate med owns them. Also, too many people don't understand, until they get sick and it is too late.

  • Kathryn Shaw on December 14, 2021

    America has been resisting going along into some sort of universal health care system since 1965. That's when the rest of the World began transitioning to systems that were more affordable, more streamlined, and more effective. In the 1950s and early 1960s, Americans could proudly claim to have the best medical and surgical care available anywhere. That hasn't been true for some time. A compromise was made, allowing the development of HMOs and PPOs. And in the face of millions of failed employer based health insurance plans during the Great Recession, a National Health Care Plan was allowed to be developed. However, the original problem remains the same. America and Americans require a Universal Health Care System. Like others in other countries, Americans need to view health care as a "right". Right now, we have judges, without any medical training, making medical placement decisions that are resulting in the death of the citizens. The citizens have No financial resources left after paying for medical care, medicine, and supplies. Frequently a citizen whose problem is primarily medical, is thrown in with mental health care problems within the County. That brings a whole new set of unnecessary challenges. The bottom line is that America is Not a very good place to grow old or to get sick. Don't be sure that your "vested" pension will be there for you after you retire either. Our judge allowed our corporation to accumulate $75 million before they paid anyone. My family illnesses have wiped out my other retirement funds. I worked hard, retired 11 years ago, and do take it personally when a person like Manchin speaks disrespectfully about people like me.

  • Mandalyn Echols on December 15, 2021

    I've seen this, right?

  • Mike Hisey on December 15, 2021

    I have protested in D.C. with Ady many times. He's an incredible activist.

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