Mitt Romney goes to church every Sunday all the time.BHO goes to
church for the photo op during campaigns only for show.
Oh, and wouldn't it be nice if we all could have a day off from politics?
Just one day. No political adds. No calls. No people calling the other a
lier. Just one day without either side misrepresenting what the other said.Just one day a week would be ever so nice.
LIsten, I actually like the notion of vouchers. But...I don't
understand how Romeny thinks competition will solve the problem here. One of
Romney's biggest complaints about medicare changes proposed by Obama is
that it will come on the backs of doctors, and they in turn will stop seeing
medicare patients because they can't make money.Here is the
deal. Romeny's plan for competition to drive cost out of the system.
Where will that cost come from? It will come out of the doctors pockets. They
are the last stop on the medical services supply chain. These companies that
will be getting Romney vouchers will want to protect their margins, and will do
so by lowering rates to doctors.The problem is we do need to drive
cost out of the system. Romney's plan is to drive it out at point of
delivery through competition. That will do so only to a very limited extent.
Real cost need to be addressed. Delivery needs to be rethought.
If Romney's plan is so great at saving money and improving Medicare, he
wouldn't deny his changes to people over 55. Where is the logic in that?
Nowhere thank you. He doesn't want people older than 55 to save money?
pffffffff.Romney has no plan except privatize everything under the
sun assuring us that all the problems of the past will magically improve despite
the fact it's not working now. Medicare has an overhead of 4%
while the private industry has overheads and profits of 20% or greater.
Keep the sabbath day holy.I guess that works if it's your
surrogates who are doing the rotten deeds for you on that day.