My problem with the Progressive’s stance on “Healthcare For All” and “Tax the Rich” both are built on crumbling foundations. A quick glance at the corruption and inefficiency in our healthcare system is startling in its blatant transparency. There is plenty of evidence that the tax code is unfair but the 500 billion in annual tax noncompliance should be a priority. This led me to check Rep. Jayapal’s (Wa.) resume, which out of fairness I followed up by checking the resume of Rep. Crenshaw (Tx) (Not a progressive fan. Am a Crenshaw fan) What became obvious to me was that neither of them would be worth their $174,000 salary in the private sector. Maybe the real problem with healthcare and taxation is that they are built on a foundation of mediocrity in leadership.