Everyone thinks of "Medicare for All" as a liberal idea, an extremely liberal one embraced by the socialist wing of the Democratic Party. It's an idea Democrats were hesitant to embrace in the Obama era, for being too far out of mainstream political thought. It was thought of as an idea that was too easy to demonize as socialism.
What everyone seems to be forgetting is that "Medicare for All" could end up being a politically moderate way to bring more market competition to the U.S. healthcare system. Think I'm kidding? Give me a chance to explain myself.