So you are confused, no, at no time was there ever any final Bill where only a single payer was in consideration

Correct, because early in the process Democrats (that you cited) made clear they did not want to go that far. So the multiple payer approach, that originally included the public option, was developed instead. I fully understand what happened.

As for what Palin said:

“Certainly, all patients and families should be advised of options, but we engage in that today and we don’t need government bribing any party to do so. Government needs to stay the hell out of our ‘end-of-life’ discussions.” — Sarah Palin

She went on to talk about how it was all rationing healthcare.

You are a lying troll, there is no point of further dialogue with you.

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