Aug 26, 2009

New York Times tells seniors: be afraid - be very afraid

Even the ultra liberal New York Times has to admit that ObamaCare would push granny and gramps to an early grave.

A recent New York Times report is titled: A basis is seen for some health plan fears among the elderly.

The writer of the Times article tries to soften the news. However, if the Times is telling seniors to be worried, that's an unmistakable signal to seniors that ObamaCare is very bad news for them.

A report at the link below says:

Democrats in Congress are trying to build their political base on the backs of the nation's elderly, and the elderly won't forget that in 15 months.

After years of warning seniors that the GOP was gunning for them, the Obama-Pelosi coalition has emerged as the single greatest threat to the Greatest Generation (and even the front edge of the Boomers.)

The New York Times says that “Bills now in Congress would squeeze savings out of Medicare, a lifeline for the elderly, on the assumption that doctors and hospitals can be more efficient.

The only way the Obama administration can “squeeze savings” out of Medicare is to limit payments for the healthcare of the elderly.

Mr. Obama's falling approval ratings don't fully reflect the senior's increasing fear of his proposals.

When it sinks in to seniors how ObamaCare will really affect them Obama’s ratings will fall even faster.

The harder the administration tries to force ObamaCare on voters, the more congressional Democrats will pay in next fall's elections.