As I said, not a single politician that I know of advocates this outright. However, you'll find that people here and there will say that we need to expand medicare and social security, not get rid of it.
The affordable care act was a good step in the right direction, but I think universal healthcare should be the goal. Then, after that higher education for all. It's just an idea to work toward.
I am just trying to understand how it would be implemented.
I Believe you mentioned this first 3 pages ago, and I did not want to get into it, but too late now...
Something about getting it from day 1 of birth through death?
Even if there is a cut off of say 5 years old. That person does not pay in until they get a job. Could be minimum of 11 years before that kid can pay some taxes on their part time job, and more than likely they won't make enough and will get there federal taxes returned.
And when you retire, and live too 100+, you did not pay that much in taxes...
Logistics is my middle name.