There are a few things I organically know about that big football game whose name  journalist and advertisers fear to speak of, like Voldemort. The Atlanta Falcons are facing Tom Brady’s team. If I were to guess,  New England Patriots. I’m not even going to double check this. 

Although I’m pretty stoked to find out about CNN’s Town Hall Debate between Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Texas Senator Ted Cruz on the future of the Affordable Care Act, which as a reminder is the same thing as Obamacare. 

BTW Snopes has this as Undertermined

Jimmy Kimmel even addressed the Affordable Care Act vs ObamaCare labeling. 

During the campaign, Sanders ran on the message was that the United States is the only major country without universal health care and spoke out in favor of  Medicaid-for-all (also known as single-player), which Sanders claims would expand 29 million more beyond what the Affordable Care Act does currently. 

Ted Cruz believes singer payer is socialism (or bigger government) is bad. He vowed to repeal Obamacare when he was a presidental candidate and once said during a debate, he regrets supporting Justice John Roberts when Roberts voted in favor of the Affordable Care Act

he debate takes place Tuesday Feb. 7th at 8 p.m. CST /9 p.m. EST and will be moderared by CNN anchor Jake Tapper and chief political correspondent Dana Bash. 

The primary runners-up will also take questions from voters around the country. The debate takes place at The George Washington University in Washington DC. 

The 90-minute event will air on CNN, CNN en Español, CNN International, CNNgo, Westwood One Radio Network and on CNN Channel 116 on Sirius XM.

Although somebody will stream it on YouTube, or upload it later. Maybe even catch it on SlingTV or PSVue. They have trial offers. 

Here are some videos to better study the health debate. John Green, Crash Course,  and Healthcare Triage

Vox has done some good work on this