Sen. Kamala Harris raised her hand in the June Democratic presidential debate when the moderators asked who would eliminate private health insurance. Then she backtracked. Harris says she’ll provide a “commonsense path” for folding everything from Medicaid to employer insurance into the federal system. Her website says employers could offer either private Medicare Advantage plans or dump workers into Medicare for All. She wants her plan to appear less disruptive than the Sanders bill, yet the obvious conclusion is that it would still blow up traditional employer-sponsored insurance and eventually put everyone on a single federal health program.