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Obama Calls for ‘Conversation’ about Medicare/Medicaid



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After ignoring the recommendations of his own bipartisan fiscal commission, which concluded that we are facing the most predictable economic crisis in history,” our Abdicator-in-Chief has boldly declared: “It’s going to be important for us to have a conversation . . . about how do we really tackle the problem in a comprehensive way.”

Could his heart be any less in it? Just note the contrast between the president and Paul Ryan discussing these same issues.

From today’s press conference:

 

“Our long-term debt and deficit are caused primarily by escalating health-care costs that we see in Medicaid and Medicare that is putting huge pressure on the overall budget . . .”

Sounds serious. We ought to convene some sort of panel to address it.



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