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GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES MEDIA RELEASE
Enacting a single-payer health care program will boost the ailing US economy, say Greens
For Immediate Release:
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, cell 202-904-7614, mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, starlene@gp.org
-Single-payer plan would remove the expensive burden of employer-based health coverage
-Greens see danger that progressive groups, unions will acquiesce to the Obama’s ‘life-support for insurance industry’ plan
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders urged Americans to take up President-elect Barack Obama’s call for discussion on health care and demand a single-payer national health care program, also called Medicare For All.
Greens said that the current financial crisis is an ideal time to introduce single-payer.
"Businesses have been burdened for decades with the high expense and administrative burden of employer-based health care benefits. Single-payer will alleviate the burden and stimulate the economy. It will also cost working people far less than they now pay for private coverage. Businesses large and small, unions, and all middle- and low-income working Americans will benefit from single-payer," said Sanda Everette, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States.
Greens have taken the lead on single-payer in many states. Party leaders Gloria Mattera and Peter LaVenia are co-sponsors of Single Payer New York, Mark Dunlea is one of the organizers, and gp.org webmaster David Doonan manages the group’s site (http://singlepayernewyork.org).
"Mr. Obama asks Americans to send their ideas to him about how to fix health care. Now is the time for organizations and Americans who support single-payer to tell the President-elect that single-payer is the only acceptable solution," said Carl Romanelli, former Green candidate for the US Senate and Northeastern Pennsylvania coordinator for the PA single payer movement (http://www.healthcare4allpa.org).
"The greatest danger is that the sense of exhilaration and relief that greeted Mr. Obama’s election will turn into acquiescence to his mandate plan for health care reform," added John Battista, MD, Green Party member and Coordinator of the Connecticut Coalition for Universal Health Care. "That’s what happened in 1993 after Bill Clinton was elected, setting back the chance for single-payer for more than a decade. Like Mr. Clinton and every Democratic presidential nominee for the past two decades, Mr. Obama would leave the private insurance industry in control of our health care."
"Will Barack Obama stand with the American people and make quality health care a right for all by saying no to for-profit health insurance?" asked Mr. Dunlea, who attended a recent Healthcare Now national gathering in Chicago and proposed placing 20,000 single payer signs at the inauguration. "Or will he allow health insurance companies to continue to make profits by denying consumers access to coverage? Doctors say yes to single-payer, nurses say yes to single-payer, and the American public says yes to single-payer in every poll despite the denials from politicians and the media. Will Mr. Obama say, Yes we can?"
Green Party leaders urged progressive and consumer groups and unions not to repeat mistakes made during the first Clinton term, when many of them dropped their demand for single-payer and endorsed the Clinton ‘managed care’ plan, which would have herded Americans into coverage under a handful of the largest private insurance companies. President Clinton rejected single-payer, and support for national health insurance was deleted from the Democratic Party platform during the Clinton Administration. As a result, health care reform languished while the number of uncovered Americans grew and even those with coverage have been increasingly denied treatment.
The Obama plan includes similar mandates and attempts to compensate insurance firms and HMOs for heavy regulation by giving them huge subsidies.
"The Obama plan is a scheme to sustain insurance companies and HMOs with our tax dollars. It reciprocates the hundreds of thousands of dollars that these corporations contribute to Democratic candidates every election cycle. Insurance companies and HMOs have a financial interest in excluding ‘high risk’ people — the old, the poor, those with prior medical conditions — and limiting treatment for those who have coverage in order to maximize profits. Why should we pay off insurance companies and HMOs to cover the excluded, when we can save hundreds of billions annually by covering everyone with a single-payer plan?" said Green Party co-chair Jill Bussiere.
Single-payer/Medicare For All would cover all Americans regardless of income, employment, residence, age, or prior medical condition, while allowing choice of health care provider. In 2003, the New England Journal of Medicine published an article estimating that Single-Payer could cut health care costs by $350 billion annually (http://www.pnhp.org/publications/nejmadmin.pdf).
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GP RELEASE Greens: Single-payer health care will boost the economy
GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES
http://www.gp.org
For Immediate Release:
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, cell 202-904-7614, mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, starlene@gp.org
Enacting a single-payer health care program will boost the ailing US economy, say Greens
• Single-payer plan would remove the expensive burden of employer-based health coverage
• Greens see danger that progressive groups, unions will acquiesce to the Obama’s ‘life-support for insurance industry’ plan
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders urged Americans to take up President-elect Barack Obama’s call for discussion on health care and demand a single-payer national health care program, also called Medicare For All.
Greens said that the current financial crisis is an ideal time to introduce single-payer.
"Businesses have been burdened for decades with the high expense and administrative burden of employer-based health care benefits.  Single-payer will alleviate the burden and stimulate the economy.  It will also cost working people far less than they now pay for private coverage.  Businesses large and small, unions, and all middle- and low-income working Americans will benefit from single-payer," said Sanda Everette, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States.
Greens have taken the lead on single-payer in many states.  Party leaders Gloria Mattera and Peter LaVenia are co-sponsors of Single Payer New York, Mark Dunlea is one of the organizers, and gp.org webmaster David Doonan manages the group’s site (http://singlepayernewyork.org).
"Mr. Obama asks Americans to send their ideas to him about how to fix health care.  Now is the time for organizations and Americans who support single-payer to tell the President-elect that single-payer is the only acceptable solution," said Carl Romanelli, former Green candidate for the US Senate and Northeastern Pennsylvania coordinator for the PA single payer movement (http://www.healthcare4allpa.org).
"The greatest danger is that the sense of exhilaration and relief that greeted Mr. Obama’s election will turn into acquiescence to his mandate plan for health care reform," added John Battista, MD, Green Party member and Coordinator of the Connecticut Coalition for Universal Health Care.  "That’s what happened in 1993 after Bill Clinton was elected, setting back the chance for single-payer for more than a decade.  Like Mr. Clinton and every Democratic presidential nominee for the past two decades, Mr. Obama would leave the private insurance industry in control of our health care."
"Will Barack Obama stand with the American people and make quality health care a right for all by saying no to for-profit health insurance?" asked Mr. Dunlea, who attended a recent Healthcare Now national gathering in Chicago and proposed placing 20,000 single payer signs at the inauguration.  "Or will he allow health insurance companies to continue to make profits by denying consumers access to coverage?  Doctors say yes to single-payer, nurses say yes to single-payer, and the American public says yes to single-payer in every poll despite the denials from politicians and the media.  Will Mr. Obama say, Yes we can?"
Green Party leaders urged progressive and consumer groups and unions not to repeat mistakes made during the first Clinton term, when many of them dropped their demand for single-payer and endorsed the Clinton ‘managed care’ plan, which would have herded Americans into coverage under a handful
of the largest private insurance companies.  President Clinton rejected single-payer, and support for national health insurance was deleted from the Democratic Party platform during the Clinton Administration.  As a result, health care reform languished while the number of uncovered Americans grew and even those with coverage have been increasingly denied treatment.
The Obama plan includes similar mandates and attempts to compensate insurance firms and HMOs for heavy regulation by giving them huge subsidies.
"The Obama plan is a scheme to sustain insurance companies and HMOs with our tax dollars.  It reciprocates the hundreds of thousands of dollars that these corporations contribute to Democratic candidates every election cycle.  Insurance companies and HMOs have a financial interest in excluding ‘high risk’ people — the old, the poor, those with prior medical conditions — and limiting treatment for those who have coverage in order to maximize profits.  Why should we pay off insurance companies and HMOs to cover the excluded, when we can save hundreds of billions annually by covering everyone with a single-payer plan?" said Green Party co-chair Jill Bussiere.
Single-payer/Medicare For All would cover all Americans regardless of income, employment, residence, age, or prior medical condition, while allowing choice of health care provider.  In 2003, the New England Journal of Medicine published an article estimating that Single-Payer could cut health care costs by $350 billion annually (http://www.pnhp.org/publications/nejmadmin.pdf).
Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) is sponsoring a bill, HR 676, that would enact a single-payer plan (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/gpoxmlc110/h676_ih.xml).
For a comparison of mandate plans and single-payer, see "Talking Points: Why the mandate plans won’t work, and why single-payer ‘Medicare for All’ is what we need" by Len Rodberg, PhD, published by Physicians for a National Health Program (http://www.pnhp.org/news/2008/december/talking_points_why_.php).
Green Party Speakers Bureau list of party activists available to speak on health care: http://gp.org/speakers/speakers-health-care.php
Video clips: 2008 Green presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney speaks on Single-Player health care and racial health care disparities http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEHd4lRVUuU
More on health care: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEHd4lRVUuU
Health, the environment, and the economy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVNTOa8owQQ
 
 
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GP RELEASE Statement on human rights from McKinney & fellow US delegates at meeting in Cuba
GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES
http://www.gp.org
For Immediate Release:
Monday, December 15, 2008
Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, cell 202-904-7614,
mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, starlene@gp.org
Statement on human rights, with a challenge to Obama, from Cynthia
McKinney and fellow US delegates attending international conference in
Cuba
WASHINGTON, DC — Cynthia McKinney, the Green Party’s 2008
presidential candidate, and other US delegates in Cuba for an
international conference marking the 60th anniversary of the signing
of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights have issued a statement
calling on the US to confirm and observe the tenets of the Declaration
(http://www.un.org/Overview/rights.html).
The statement challenges President-elect Obama to implement the tenets
of the Universal Declaration and reject past policies, including
invasions of other countries, support for dictatorships, and the use
of torture.  The statement also urges the closing of Guantanamo and
ending the US embargo against Cuba.  The text is appended below.
On November 23, Ms. McKinney was scheduled to deliver a speech on
human rights at an international conference in Damascus, Syria, but
was stopped at the Atlanta Airport and not allowed to leave the US for
reasons still unclear
(http://www.gp.org/press/pr-national.php?ID=150).
From Cynthia McKinney: Dispatch from an International Conference Being
Held in Cuba
On the morning of December 10, 2008, Cindy Sheehan, Nelson Valdes,
Saul Landau, and I signed a declaration as the U.S. delegates to an
international conference assessing sixty years of the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights sponsored by the Network of Networks in
Defense of Humanity.  Here is our declaration:
We celebrate sixty years of failure.  Human rights have been converted
from a noble goal into an instrument of foreign policy used by rich
and powerful nations against the poorest and weakest people of the
world.
In 2008, almost three billion people throughout the world suffer the
most basic privations. After sixty years of empty human rights
rhetoric, we demand that governments focus their attention on
fulfilling the promises of 1948.  We write this document on the
parchment of environment, which everyone shares, and has warned us all
to drastically change the ways in which mass production and
consumption take place.
1. The United States is a member of the commonwealth of nations;
2. Benefits accrue to those who cooperate with the global community
and view other countries as potential partners for the upliftment of
humankind;
3. Unfortunately, the leadership of the United States Government has
consistently been a disappointment to those of us who value the tenets
and the possibilities for humankind embodied in the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights;
4. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms the rights of
self-determination, the rights of women, the indigenous, and the
rights of association, expression, and resistance to protect and
preserve these precious rights;
5. Poverty, severe income inequality on one hand and greed and
over-consumption by a few, on the other hand, deny for far too many on
the planet universal application of the Universal Declaration;
6. Climate change, unsustainable agriculture, unbridled militarism,
terrorism with impunity, nuclear proliferation represent threats to
our planet and threats to humankind;
7. The current implosion of the engine of U.S. imperialism and global
capitalism contains the seeds of a new global order in which the
rights of humankind and the Universal Declaration can find universal
application;
8. The incoming Barack Obama Administration has a unique opportunity
to make a clean break with the policies of the past, including
installation of dictatorships, campaigns of invasion, terror, and
slander, torture, and occupation, and can build bridges of peace and
justice with dignity and respect to Africa, Latin America, and Europe;
9. Therefore, we call on the President-elect to put the United States
on a clear course of global fraternity by
a) invoking the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,
b)  rejecting torture and terror and demonstrating this by closing and
vacating Guantanamo and ceding to Cuba its rightful patrimony,
c)  ending the U.S. embargo,
d)  releasing the Cuban Five, and
e)  extraditing Luis Posada Cariles;
10. While this list is not exhaustive, it represents a much’needed
down payment on hope   and change.
11.  We will disseminate this document through our respective networks.
Signed:  Saul Landau, Cindy Sheehan, Nelson Valdes, Cynthia McKinney
 
Is Change on the Agenda?
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On January 20, George W. Bush’s presidency will end.  President-elect Barack Obama will take office, having been elected on a platform of "change".  Many Americans are eagerly waiting to see what the new Obama Administration will do; but we already know from his Cabinet picks that "change" is not really on the agenda.
Hillary Clinton, Obama’s choice for Secretary of State, ran a hawkish campaign and will continue her husband’s aggressive pursuit of "free trade" agreements which have undermined human rights and the American economy.
Robert Gates, Obama’s pick for Secretary of Defense, is a carryover from the Bush Administration, and has overseen continued human rights abuses at Guantanamo Bay and elsewhere.
Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s new Chief of Staff, is an extreme Zionist and hawk, whose presence on Obama’s staff, combined with Clinton’s, undermines any serious potential for Middle East peace.
Tim Geithner, Obama’s selection for Secretary of Treasury, has been heavily involved in the ongoing bailout of financial firms, and began his career working for Henry Kissinger’s firm.
These choices for the most critical of Cabinet positions make it clear that the only "change" Americans can expect on the major issues of the day out of the Obama Administration are that different people will be in charge of selling out the poor and middle class.
And get this:  with an administration in place that is pro-war, pro-bailout, pro-nuclear power, anti-equal rights, and anti-universal health care, the so-called "opposition" party in Washington will be the Republicans.  No "opposition" party will have ever had it so good.  But, of course, we know that come January 20 there will be one real opposition party:  The Green Party.
With your support, an invigorated Green Party can reach new heights in the number of candidates we run and elect in 2009 and 2010, candidates who will be fighting the Democrats in control of Washington on issues that matter to people:
Bringing our troops home.  The Green Party opposed the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan before they began.  Now Obama wants to move troops from Iraq to Afghanistan, without pulling the plug on either war, while simultaneously rattling the sabres at Iran and Pakistan.
Demanding single-payer universal health care – now.  The Obama plan might well insure more Americans, but most of those benefits will go to the insurance companies, not to the people who have been economically crippled by a corrupt health care system.
Legalizing marriage for all people.  While the Obama Administration opposed same-sex marriage, the Green Party remains in staunch support for extending equal rights to all people
Bailing out working Americans, not fat cat executives.  As unemployment rises, the same corporations who have been responsible for costing so many Americans their jobs whine about needing more money to keep their doors open.  Greens have long opposed corporate welfare and trickle-down economics as practiced for the last 28 years, and want to see an end to free trade agreements and other mechanisms which pad executives’ pockets at the expense of working Americans.
Insisting on a real green energy policy.  There is no place for mountain top removal or nuclear power in a serious 21st Century energy policy based on renewables and efficiency.  Greens have long understood this.  But Democrats waffle because they receive so much cash from electric utilities and other corporations.
Without serious, sustained, principled opposition from the Green Party, the Obama Administration will have a blank check to continue to push the "political center" to the extreme right, just as Bill Clinton did.  The Green Party needs your support to stand up for Americans and keep America from inching even closer to energy and economic catastrophes.
We can change the political landscape but not without your help.  Please give generously today.  Click here to donate
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GP RELEASE Greens offer six steps for economic recovery
GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES
http://www.gp.org
For Immediate Release:
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, cell 202-904-7614, mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, starlene@gp.org
Greens offer six big steps for economic recovery
• Greens support workers occupying a factory in Chicago after layoff: bailout money isn’t being used to help working Americans
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders said today that the incoming Obama Administration and Congress should take six major steps to reverse the financial meltdown and restore financial security for Americans.
The steps include a Green public works program, aid for state and muncipal governments, expansion of mass transit, Single-Payer health care, a peace dividend gained by ending the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, and an end to the wasteful war on drugs.
Green Party candidates running for local, state, and national office in 2008 promoted many of these ideas even before the crisis precipitated.  In September, Cynthia McKinney published a ten-point list of solutions and reforms in response to the Wall Street meltdown, titled "Seize the Time" (http://votetruth08.com/index.php/learn/mckinney-messages).
Greens expressed support for United Electrical Workers union members occupying a Republic Windows and Doors plant in Chicago after the plant was shut down and they were laid off with three days’ notice and told they had no assurance of receiving severance and unused vacation pay.  The company’s creditor, Bank of America, received $25 billion from the government’s financial bailout package.  Greens said that the bank’s actions, including refusal to allow Republic to give workers 60 days notice (as required by law), demonstrates how bailout money isn’t being used to assist working Americans facing financial hardship.
Six Green steps for economic recovery:
(1) Enact a massive Green public works program, creating new living-wage jobs in conservation (including weatherization and energy retro-fitting); clean and safe energy technologies to replace fossil fuel and nuclear sources and create a carbon-free economy; repair and improvement of America’s deteriorating infrastructure (especially water and sewer systems); and improvement of public schools and Green job training programs.
"The collapse of the I-35 bridge in Minneapolis in 2007 was a result of the neglect and starvation of funds for maintaining infrastructure that was built decades ago.  The ideology of privatization and hostility to ‘big government’ is no longer tenable during the financial crisis — the current White House and Congress conceded as much when they began pushing for bailouts.  Public works programs built America, and public works, with hundreds of thousands of new Green jobs, is what America needs now for economic recovery," said Rosa Clemente, the Green Party’s 2008 candidate for Vice President (http://www.rosaclemente.com).
"We’re encouraged that President-elect Obama intends to launch a public works program along these basic lines, but we hope Congress and his own administration don’t undermine and dilute such a program out of traditional Democratic and Republican loyalty to corporate interests and fear of being labeled liberal or socialist.  It’s time to follow the lead of the Green Jobs For All movement," Ms. Clemente added.
(2) Bail out financially ailing towns, cities, and states before bailing out private corporations: millions of public sector and contractor jobs depend on the fiscal security of municipal and state governments.
Greens noted that municipalities and states are businesses that drive state and local economies throughout the US.  They also provide the social safety net that millions of working people need during the current crisis.
(3) Jumpstart our country’s mass transit system, giving people an alternative to cars while saving them money and providing jobs.
"Making autos more efficient will only get us part way toward solving our energy and climate challenges.  We need to get people out of their cars altogether.  Communities need the ability to provide local solutions for mass transprotation: new trains, subways, light rail wherever they fit," said Wes Rolley, co-chair of the Green Party’s EcoAction Committee.
(4) Enact a Single-Payer/Medicare For All national health plan, providing every American with coverage and removing the burden of health care from small and large private businesses.
"The skyrocketing cost of health care under our private health care system has created much of the economic instability as businesses struggle to provide workers health benefits.  If President Obama and Congress have the political will to resist the power of the insurance, HMO, and pharmaceutical industries that siphon their profits off America’s need for health care, the relief that Single-Payer will be a huge economic boost," said Sanda Everette, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States.
Single-Payer would cover all Americans regardless of income, employment, residence, age, or prior medical condition, allowing choice of health care provider, and costing working people far less than they now pay for private coverage.  In 2003, the New England Journal of Medicine published an article estimating that Single-Payer could cut health care costs by $350 billion annually (http://www.pnhp.org/publications/nejmadmin.pdf).  Greens sharply criticized Barack Obama during the election season for rejecting Single-Payer out of concern for health insurance companies.
(5) End the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.
"The staggering expense of the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions and occupations haven’t only cost American, Iraqi, and Afghan lives.  It also ate up trillions of dollars away that could have been spent on human and environmental needs.  If we call home our troops right now, we can divert the money needed for military occupations to Green public works and other programs to jumpstart the economy — a new peace dividend," said Starlene Rankin, co-chair of the Lavender Green Caucus.
The Green Party opposed both wars from the beginning and has criticized Mr. Obama’s plans for delayed and partial troop withdrawal from Iraq and for sending more troops to Afghanistan.
(6) End the war on drugs, which wastes billions annually, hasn’t curbed drug use, and ruins lives by incarcerating nonviolent offenders (mostly young, African American, Latino, and poor white) at further government expense.
"The war on drugs is America’s longest and costliest war.  With Afghanistan providing the world’s biggest poppy crop, it’s one of the main reasons the US is fighting a war there," said Cliff Thornton, co-chair of the Green Party and co-founder of Efficacy, Inc. (http://www.efficacy-online.org), which promotes major reforms in drug policy.
Harvard economist Jeffrey Miron has estimated that legalizing cannabis would save federal, state, and local governments $44 billion a year in enforcement costs (http://www.prohibitioncosts.org/mironreport.html).  Governments could collect another $33 billion in revenues by taxing cannabis as heavily as alcohol and tobacco.
MORE INFORMATION
Green Party of the United States http://www.gp.org
202-319-7191, 866-41GREEN
Fax 202-319-7193
• Tally of Green election victories http://www.gp.org/2008-elections/election-results.html
• Green candidate news http://www.gp.org/2008-elections/candidate-news.php
• Green candidate database for 2008 and other campaign information: http://www.gp.org/elections.shtml
• Green Party News Center http://www.gp.org/newscenter.shtml
• Green Party Speakers Bureau http://www.gp.org/speakers
• Green Party ballot access page http://www.gp.org/2008-elections
"The financial meltdown requires far-reaching Green solutions, say Green Party leaders"
Green Party press release, September 23, 2008
http://www.gp.org/press/pr-national.php?ID=107
"The Auto Bailout Shows the Failure of Corporate-Government More than the Failure of Detroit: And Solving it Presents Opportunities for a New Economy"
By Kevin Zeese, OpEdNews.com, November 21, 2008
http://www.opednews.com/articles/The-Auto-Bailout-Shows-the-by-Kevin-Zeese-08112\1-683.html
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