Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Grandpa Harry and Grandma Louise

Word from all those town hall meetings members of Congress are having back home this week is that lots of seniors are showing up scared that all the talk of health care reform in Washington, DC might just hurt them.

The seniors’ reasoning goes that Congress is getting ready to cut Medicare in order to pay for the uninsured grandkids' newfound access to a health insurance policy of their own.

Watch for the senior effect on efforts to pay for health insurance legislation once the members of Congress return next week from the recess.

Apparently, it’s not just doctors and hospitals complaining about Medicare cuts.

Or, maybe its doctors and hospitals giving their senior patients an ear full.
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