They don't HAVE affordability. If you drive a $20 million car for which you paid $5000 and taxpayers paid the rest, is that an affordable car?We'll see how far you get with taking away seniors health care affordability.
It's Medicare as an entire program that is inherently unaffordable.
They won't. But that changes nothing about the fact that Medicare needs to be dissolved.You do realize that seniors made up the only big demographic in the last presidential election don't you? How are planning to get the seniors to agree with your plan to cut their benefits?
Therefore your simple calculation leads to the arbitrary assertion that it'll take 30 more years to address our debt. You call that research?Do a little research. We didn't have debt problem relative to GDP until the Reagan Administration in 1981. 2011 minus 1981 is 30 years by my calculations.
More and more people have been saying lately that there is no tax and cut answer to our debt anymore. They will manage our decline by destroying the dollar to wipe out the debt. This will be painful.Our debt is simply too big for spending cuts alone to be the answer.