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Proposed Cuts to Medicare Advantage Could Reach $11B

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JJ Rooney
3 years 5 months ago
There is one success story in Obamaland. He has succeeded in largely gutting or eliminating the Middle Class. You remember them don’t you? Those are the people who largely wind up paying for taxes and price increases ( Business does not pay cost increases; they just pass it on). Think things are bad now? Just wait for Obamacare to kick in fully in January. There’s only one source of money. Tax the hell out of the population. What incentive does Obama have to show leadership and act positively on debt reduction? We’re stuck with him for the next 4 years. The Republican party have their heads up their asses for the last 6 years or so. We need a strong 3rd party to scrap the past and start producing the kind of candidates with track records and are beholden to the people. Along with this, an end to the bloated… Read more »
hmtreasures
3 years 6 months ago

“And I PROMISE it will be better and less expensive”

Note, Mr. O was talking to mostly non-working “Americans”.

greg alley
3 years 7 months ago

I guess the adage of you can’t fool all of the people all of the time is wrong. At least, most of the electorate that saw this chi town snake oil salesman as the messiah of the welfare program and voted and voted and voted some more for him. For the 1st time in my 64 years I am very afraid for this country. The illegals and the takers seem to be the majority and those on Social Security will wind up paying the bill. Conservatives must unite and put up a fight before the libs/progs take it all.

jim jalowiec
3 years 7 months ago

I watched this whole thing, as much as I was tempted to stop.
It didn’t really talk much about the advantage plans (the blub that it was supposed to address).
And only two people were interviewed, both obviously hand picked to agree with the interviewer.
I soon noticed the fox news connection — that explained everything.
I promised my sister that I would give AMAC my consideration (as I am an AARP member) and I will.
So far, I am very disappointed.

Eugene Varcados
3 years 7 months ago
mollymitzi: I don’t think you can blame ordinary citizens (the people) for the implementation of this health plan; other than the fact that they voted for Congressional representatives. The people have been victimized by Political Party Politics. This bill was passed by a Congress that puts political party platforms and agendas at a higher priority than their responsibilities of representation. Remember this bill was passed “UNREAD” with little or no regard for it’s contents or the effects that it will have on our daily lives. It was passed to advance an ideology regardless of the fact that MOST PEOPLE WERE OPPOSED TO IT. Unfortunately, the rules concerning re-election of our Congressional members does not provide enough versatility for the people to eliminate bad representatives. When you add the bias and influence of liberal media propaganda; the people don’t have any chance of effectively change government fast enough to avoid such… Read more »
pennut
3 years 7 months ago

This will make more “jobs” – My son told me that his company will be hiring ALL PART TIME except for administrative jobs, that way they do not have to put out the big $$$ for obummercare.

mollymitzi
3 years 7 months ago

No one should be surprised that the Obama administration has pulled of another “bait & switch” scam.
I can’t believe how so many people could be “duped” for such a destructive plan, yet there are a lot of “very=very
un-informed citizens and non citizens in this country—-

Farkle
3 years 7 months ago

You can thank our news media for that and don’t forget AARP !!!

Jake Jose
3 years 7 months ago

Whats new? You governent working for U.

Dutchuncle
3 years 7 months ago

I hope the Welfare Leeches are happy.

Ed Scott
3 years 7 months ago

This is not right.

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