21 Apr '11, 12am

jl Surprise! Ending Medicare Very Unpopular

Medicare has already been cut by the dems so none of our congress is blameless...work for cardiologists and they get paid less now for a heart catherization than my plumber did for coming out on Christmas eve to unplug my sink. It is going to take an uprising like has never been seen in this country to get their attention. And we as Americans need to quit looking at the personal life and put people in office who truly want to help other Americans...stopping offshoreing would help with jobs..if they offshore they pay double the taxes and don't get any breaks at all. My boss told me I really should go see France as he goes at least once a year. I did not say it but felt like saying if he would pay me enough to live on and save for a vacation I might be able to take one. Every time congress cuts what these docs make we get a 1=2% or less raise so they can take home their mill...

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