Thanks to Obamacare state may have to drop millions from medicaid
Last edited by ptif219; 02-28-11 at 03:49 PM.
Typical Rep ploy, cherry picking situations to prove your point, completely ignoring the other side.
For every granmma who died too soon, there are thousand who lived to get their SS.
As for myself, I've been getting SS checks every month for twenty years... Ten times more than I put in from 1942 to 1991... and growing every month.
Originally Posted by johnny_rebson:
These are the same liberals who forgot how Iraq attacked us on 9/11.
yup, a half mil in, over the course of a typical worker's career
and if she dies a week too soon...
even if she doesn't, she's gonna have to cash an awful lot of soc sec checks to get back even HALF of what she paid in
soc sec---biggest boondoggle this side of red china
a govt program---especially one of this magnitude---in need of such massive FIX is a FAILURE
raise the retirement age, decrease benefits, increase contributions, higher income cap...
the prescription for reform must include ALL the poison pills
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why can't soc sec keep its promises?
I'm against the health care reforms because they were half-assed and just gave the insurance companies - the ones who are the reason why health care in the U.S. is more expensive than anywhere in the west - more power and money.
It's sad to see though that most people are against it just because it's a) by Obama, b) public health care and that's socialist, USSR, commie pinkos invading our nation, or c) 'we have a right to be gouged if we want by insurance companies!' disguised as personal responsibility garbage.
nonsense, the reasons millions of americans oppose obamacare and so richly rewarded the party of NO on tsunami tuesday include:
half a T cuts to medicare
Capitol Briefing - Senate votes to keep Medicare cuts
er costs increase:
ER visits, costs in Mass. climb - The Boston Globe
doctors refuse new medicare patients:
the doc fix passes, another quarter tril unaccounted for:
Senate passes 1-year doc fix - The Hill's Healthwatch
another quarter T double counted:
Budget Office Rebuts Democratic Claims on Medicare (Update1) - Bloomberg
our already broken backed states are burdened with 200 billion in the form of brand new medicaid enrollees
Governors balk over what healthcare bill will cost states - The Boston Globe
more than three quarters of a T in new taxes
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why did sebelius let 800 toobigs go?
why did they want out?
what's she gonna say to the next 1000 applicants?