QuestionsRaised Wrote:
Aug 15, 2012 9:41 AM
Metaphorically speaking, imagine you were alone in the wilderness and you broke your arm. After you stabilized it and it was allowed to heal you realized you only had 30% to 40% of your former strength and ability. Upon returning to civilization you were told the best way to restore your strength and ability was to re-break and reset your arm. Although this would be painful and the rehabilitation would take and effort the end result would be a return to 90% to 99% of your strength and ability along with a reduction of pain and frustration wouldn’t it be worth the effort? Consider Medicare a broken arm and let’s do what it takes to fix it before it’s beyond fixing.