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Paul Ryan's Plan to Save Medicare From Insolvency

Dot462 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 12:31 PM
There's no evidence that a voucher program for Medicare would increase what an average person (whatever that is (would pay ($6,000 a year is cited with no evidence). We don't even know what the results will be with the ACA because most of the regulations haven't been written. The voucher program wouldn't even effect anybody over the age of 55. Since people are reaching the age of 65 at the rate of 10,000 PER DAY, it's easy to see that Medicare won't be saved either by Romney or by Obama because it's unsustainable. Eventually, recipients will run into nonpayment, either through stronger price controls or through provider unwillingness to participate in the program due to low reimbursement.

No domestic issue, other than jobs and the economy, fuels more worry from America's voters than the $5 trillion plus debt President Obama has run up over the past four years.

No president has spent as much as Obama has, or has had higher budget deficits, or has wasted more of our tax dollars. He's put America on a perilous fiscal course that threatens to impoverish our economy and engulf all of us in ruinous debt for generations to come.

That's why Mitt Romney, in deciding who would be the best vice presidential running mate, chose Congressman...