Will retiring boomers be a drag on economy? Many say no

Dec 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Ledger-Enquirer.com

But the 78 million boomers – born from 1946 to 1964 – have always broken the mold in terms of setting trends, and some investors and business and community leaders see their retirement as no different.

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HumanSpirit

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Dec 24, 2012
 
Retiring elderly with some mind drugs and the cardiovascular drugs like the Statin drugs along with Metoprolol will make the Republican Nursing home investors lots of money in the stimulation of pharmacuticals, mental health care and all the medical specialists from secondary diseases and medical problems of the toxic, misdiagnosed drugs. It will be a bonanza of medical greed from government programs including medicare and all the state programs at the cost of the public and tax write off's of the medical and pharmacutical professions and there trickle down economics.
Grazie

Mount Pleasant, SC

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Jan 19, 2013
 
I do feel sorry for those folks with the Obama Care deal.
I think it's unfair for the elderly; especially a heart patient.
The Obama Care will only allow Medicare pt's. to be seen
1 x a month in a hospital.
How about if one of those elderly pt's had heart surgery
on the 12th of a month and needed to be seen in the ER
on the 28th of that same month.
They wouldn't be able to get Medicare to pay for it.
What ashame that is or at least I think.

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