MEDICARE SAFE SAYS FORMER ADMINISTRATOR

While on the beach yesterday I struck up a conversation with a retired administrator who oversaw the Medicare program out of Rockville, MD where he worked for 35 years.

I asked the question on the mind of most seniors, the future of Medicare. He answered quickly saying Medicare will always be there, but cuts are coming to hospitals in the form of this is what you can charge and that’s all you get. He remarked how hospitals he administered were way over priced using an aspirin as an example costing a patient $10.

No wonder the medical field and drug companies are spending billions to kill Obama’s healthcare bill; probably because of the money being spent for negative advertising could be a reason why only 1/3 of Americans don’t favor the healthcare bill??

So has the other party given an alternative to the health problem, or is it a secret?

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4 thoughts on “MEDICARE SAFE SAYS FORMER ADMINISTRATOR

  1. I see your convenient short memory is at work again. So, I will point out, for the second time, the secret backroom deal between Obama and the pharmaseutical companies that has resulted in higher drug costs for the American public. In exchange for $150 million in advertising to support the passage of Obamacare the pharmaseutical industry got a ban on the import of generic drugs. So much for your allegation that the drug companies are spending billions to kill Obamacare.

  2. I didn’t “pick one part of the bill and avoid the main issue”. I responded directly to what YOU said, i.e., “No wonder that the medical field and drug companies are spending billions to kill Obama’s healthcare bill;”? Don’t put lies and distortions in your articles if you don’t want them to be pointed out.

  3. Actually the NY Times is the one that outed the story, guess they are getting tired of Obama BS also. NY Times was previously a huge Obama supporter, oops.

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