More and more doctors are opting out of Medicare. Another 21% cut in June. What are senior going to do now?

What good is Medicare if there are no doctors who accept it anymore? Worthless. Is this the trade off for the so-called health care reform? Elders already paid for theirs. Now they get nothing.

Asked By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 5/18/2010
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1. What big government entitlement program has ever... More
Answered By: Controlled Enthusiasm? . - 5/18/2010
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People might be forced to save for their own health care in old age! *Gasp* Personal Responsibility!
Answered By: Watch Out Here I Come - 5/18/2010
That's part of the Obama plan so he can get the money to fund his health care plan.
Answered By: White Bear - 5/18/2010
Medicare is a Socialist institution. Let grandma get a job like everyone else. She's just hiding behind her bad hip and her dementia because she's lazy and wants to exploit the system. Medicare queens are living it up with their lap cats and their lavish bingo parties while the rest of us have to slave at our 9-5 jobs... More
Answered By: Bucket - 5/18/2010
The BO engineered this current problem. Now he wants to add more fuel to the fire. Shouldn't we just let President Blame Bush lie to us even more.
Answered By: Frankie M - 5/18/2010
its called get in line and wait. Isn't that something we were promised would not happen?
Answered By: smsmith500 - 5/18/2010
I would love to see a source for your information. The new health bill has increased the amount doctors are paid by medicare. They would hardly be leaving for that reason.
Answered By: dewdrop - 5/18/2010
U.S. Doctors have a greed problem. They have been ripping off the government for years and now when the whip gets cracking, they want to head for the hills to safer ground. Walk in a doctors office and they won't ask you how you feel or the reason you came in today, they will ask you what type of insurance do you have.
Answered By: John - 5/18/2010
The bumper sticker on my truck says "No Incumbents in 2010... More
Answered By: dolphin314etc - 5/19/2010
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