Kaiser may be non partisan, but they definitely have a stake in the game. They
oppose anything that replaces Obamacare, because, unlike LDS lib's
misrepresentation, it's the insurance companies that profit the MOST from
Obamacare, NOT the little people. They have millions of people now forced to be
their customers that they did not have before, and they are assured the premiums
will be paid (as long as China will lend the treasury more money or the fed does
not turn off the money printing machines.)Because Kaiser has a stake
in the game, their surveys are not impartial. Non-partisan does not equal
Romney's plan clearly is intended to increase profits and lower the number
of elderly who obtain medical assistance.Isn't that the
"death panels" Ryan mentioned in the debate?
One doesn't need a study to know this. One only needs to know who or what
party is making the proposal.Saving money can be done a number of
ways. Don't involve ourselves in costly needless Wars.Tax those most able to bear the burden.Reduce Social Security or
Medicare benefits.If you have a preference, you should vote.
LDS liberal: It would also cause seniors to be more selective in services
received (step-father in law tells us he knows several of his 80-plus year old
friends who have had implants in certain anatomical male parts at Medicare
expense . . . seriously?) and would reward those who work diligently to stay
healthy rather than punish them for their efforts.
And that's because privatizing Medicare helps the GOP Romney/Ryan
constituants - Big Insurance COMPANIES - not the little people.