Skip to comments.Obama's IPAB Board Will Control Medicare Decisions
Posted on 05/27/2011 11:44:11 AM PDT by Nachum
A toxic political strategy is spreading across the land, one that involves Medicare. It threatens to bamboozle voters and allow the 2012 election to turn on a lie.
Democrats are making the obscenely false claim that they will "save Medicare as we've known it." On Wednesday, Democrats used this deceptive strategy to take the special election in the 26th congressional district in western New York. Sadly, this corrupt strategy is likey to be repeated. Voters need to know the facts.
The truth is, the Obama health law, passed by Democrats last year, already eviscerated Medicare though seniors won't feel the effects for some time. And the reform plan Democrats are attacking Rep. Paul Ryan's vision would undo much of the damage to Medicare while charting a new course to ensure the program doesn't run out of money. ipab, barack obama, health, care, Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, Paul Ryan, medicare
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Excellent and simple article to understand...very good post!
“The Obama health law cut future funding for Medicare by $575 billion over the next decade and used $410 billion of that money to expand eligibility for Medicaid. Its like robbing Peter to pay Paul, only its robbing Grandma to benefit Medicaid recipients.
The nation needs to spend less on government programs, and entitlement reform is key. The best way to reform entitlements is not to start new ones. Don’t miss the point here. The Obama health law is redistributing the wealth taking money out of Medicare to create new entitlements and millions more government dependents. Seniors are being forced to sacrifice to pay for this.”
They really need to hammer away at this issue, and put the Dems back on the defensive.
If it was a plebiscite on the question of Obamakkkare-Medicare, Obamakkkare LOST!
we better stop this..and ditch Obamacare before we see a real tragedy
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