That’s the phrase users highlighted the most in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) newly announced Medicare-for-all plan. Which is very on-brand. Andrew Yang may be running with a campaign button reading “Math,” but it’s Warren who has successfully framed herself as the wonk on the debate stage. Yet as she has inched toward the front of the pack, her fellow candidates have pointed out, with increasing ferocity, that Warren’s Medicare-for-all promises use a big hand-wave where the numbers ought to be. Given that this is by far the biggest program on her agenda, that’s not a good look for our aspiring wonk in chief.