Paul Ryan – What Obama won’t tell you about Medicare and ObamaCare

Speaking at The Villages near Orlando, Florida on August 18, 2012, Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan brilliantly articulated the case against ObamaCare.

His best line of the day? Commenting on President Obama’s recent transfer of $716 billion from Medicare to pay for his own “signature legislative achievement,” Ryan proclaimed, “Medicare shouldn’t be a piggy bank for ObamaCare!”

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One thought on “Paul Ryan – What Obama won’t tell you about Medicare and ObamaCare

  1. When economists and policymakers worry about the long-term fiscal crisis, what they’re mostly worried about is Medicare. That’s why a persistent idea during this fiscal cliff season is raising the Medicare eligibility age from 65 to 67. It’s an idea that appears superficially to have many virtues. Bringing the Medicare retirement age into line with the Social Security retirement age seems logical. The change is simple to describe to journalists and the public. And agreeing to reduce spending by keeping the program the same but limiting eligibility for it allows Democrats and Republicans to come together without resolving their fundamental disagreement over what Medicare should look like. ‘

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