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Why aren’t we addressing Social Security and Medicare first and solving their insolvency instead of Healthcare?

These programs are going to be insolvent really soon, why aren’t concentrating our efforts into fixing them first before creating another entitlement program under the auspicious name of Healthcare.

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3 Responses to "Why aren’t we addressing Social Security and Medicare first and solving their insolvency instead of Healthcare?"

  1. Shovel Ready says:
    obama wants his name on a big new entitlement. It is all about him, remember?
  2. IndianaJohn says:
    because no politicians of either party has the guts to touch either one
  3. Igor T. Unspeakable says:
    Health Care takes up 1/6th of our economy. The reform also will fix some of the problems with Medicare.

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