John Delaney: I Believe In Capitalism, But We Should Make It More Just | MSNBC

John Delaney: I Believe In Capitalism, But We Should Make It More Just | MSNBC 1

 

Presidential Candidate John Delaney joined Chris Matthews to talk about his debate performance and says he “believes in entrepreneurs, I believe in capitalism” in response to Senator Bernie Sanders’ platform of Medicare for All.
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John Delaney: I Believe In Capitalism, But We Should Make It More Just | MSNBC

21 Comments on "John Delaney: I Believe In Capitalism, But We Should Make It More Just | MSNBC"

  1. umbrella0110 | July 31, 2019 at 12:19 AM | Reply

    Democrats SHOULD go after every industry that banks on the suffering of people and the environment.

    Delaney did make money from the healthcare industry.

    Also, also, Jake and CNN use right wing talking points to go after progressives. This is nothing new. It is breaking news to MSNBC hosts like Chris because he is part of the corporate media.

  2. I truly hope John Delaney drops out, he offers nothing new to America. Please take a forever vacation away from politics.

  3. Shhhhh, be quiet, Mr. Delaney. Just go to sleep. It’ll all be over for you, soon. Lol

  4. The fact that Bernie and Warren has given detailed plans to put Medicare for All in place makes John Delaney look like the liar that he is. Please drop out.

  5. Making money off of healthcare like he has is disqualifying… with insurance my 1 trip to ER with kidney stone was 800 dollars

  6. MSNBC and John Delaney are peas in a pod !!! They both grew out of bull crap !!! #feeltheburn

  7. Anthony Shannon | July 31, 2019 at 12:27 AM | Reply

    The establishment media can’t help themselves. They are lining up against the progressive

  8. Brian Delgado | July 31, 2019 at 12:29 AM | Reply

    July 30th 2019 the day John Delaney’s Political career died.

  9. Antwan Nealy | July 31, 2019 at 12:29 AM | Reply

    Bernie killed this guy

  10. CowboyBoolin | July 31, 2019 at 12:30 AM | Reply

    “Make capitalism more just” funny hearing that come from a loan shark

  11. Adriano de Jesus | July 31, 2019 at 12:31 AM | Reply

    Where are the questions about cost when it comes to tax cuts and military spending ?

    These corporate shills need to get bent.

  12. Doug Grinbergs | July 31, 2019 at 12:32 AM | Reply

    Hoping Justice Dems, Our Revolution, Indivisible find candidate to get rid of Delaney.

  13. John Delaney is over, knocked out in the second. It’s Bernie and Warren, together.

  14. Mathews is a shill for the corporate elite. I will never ever watch this guy on TV.

  15. Adam O'Neill | July 31, 2019 at 12:47 AM | Reply

    Chris Matthews trying to slam Sanders for an easy Delaney retort: “Bernie was hitting every industry there is…the health industry, the prison industry, everything!…the fossil fuel…”

    If your defenses of “capitalism” means your first examples are profiteers making money of imprisonment and the fossil fuel industry, you are absolutely losing the war of ideas. Face it, capitalism if unconstrained, allows for massive concentration of wealth. We have utterly failed to constrain capitalism to make it work for everyone. If Dems like Delaney can’t meet that challenge with more than empty words, they should step down now.

  16. I believe John Delany’s political career is over.

  17. Delaney gives more reasons than anyone why he shouldn’t run.

  18. Capitalism and the free market died long ago. Our economy is a reflection of our economic model failing to evolve after manufacturing disappeared from the country. Capitalism and the free market needs regulated or we will continue into the abyss of inequality

  19. Messer Productions | July 31, 2019 at 1:03 AM | Reply

    Imagine starting your campaign embarrassingly early in 2017 and then still being at 0% in the polls two years later.

  20. Marshall Bowen | July 31, 2019 at 9:29 AM | Reply

    If Chris Matthews really cared about medical care, he would invite Bernie and Elizabeth onto his show and let them describe the cost analysis of their universal system rather than going after Sen. Warren about middle class taxes.

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