Walter Mondale, 1984: "Mr. Reagan will raise taxes, and so will I. He will not tell you. I just did."
Elizabeth Warren, 2019: "I will raise your taxes. I will not tell you, but if you listen closely I just did."
If Warren wants to argue that savings on health care would exceed increases in taxes for the "middle class" she claims to care so much about under her version of "Medicare For All," she should have the guts to actually make that case instead of ducking under the podium every time the t-word gets brought up.
Warren in particular likes to pretend that all of her grand schemes can be paid for by scrounging around behind the couch cushions of "the rich" for a little spare change. But the countries whose systems she seeks to emulate tend to have a higher overall tax burden (as a percentage of GDP), with that burden distributed more broadly and falling more heavily on the "middle class," than the US.