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Bob Pritts  
St Hedwig, TX  
March 31, 2014 5:08pm
 
Facts,

Ken is corect in his comments and concerns. Now for you.

Are you aware that the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), came out in January with their list of recommended cuts to Part D of the Medicare prescription program? Some of the most outrageous cuts were cuts to what Medicare would pay for certain cancer drugs. In many of those cases, they would no longer pay one dime for some of them.

They also listed a set of prescriptions that involved no further payments for some antidepressant drugs. Also included was a list of drugs for which they would no longer pay that included certain drugs that reduce the risk of rejection of organs transplanted to save the life of America's seniors!

In March, Obama reversed this decision for the time being. Reason: As usual ... politics. A special election in Florida's 13th for a representative to Congress to replace a Congressman who had just passed away. Guess who lives in the 13th district. Tampa, St. Petersburg ... and a load of retired seniors. Much to the chagrin of the administration, the underdog Republican won! You can expect to see this 'drug cut' list return right after the Novermber elections.

So Facts, I guess you don't know as many facts as you thought you did. Have a nice evening anyway.
     
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