Stockton, California, Retirees Feel S...

Stockton, California, Retirees Feel Shock of Benefit Rollback

There are 3 comments on the Bloomberg story from Jun 27, 2012, titled Stockton, California, Retirees Feel Shock of Benefit Rollback. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

For Gary Jones, a retired Stockton, California , police officer, getting his brain scanned every four to six months is essential to monitor an inoperable tumor with a 12 percent survival rate.

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Ex- El Paso Resident

Las Cruces, NM

#1 Jun 29, 2012
Well the bright side is they always have the Affordable Care Act avaialble and will not have to pay the high taxes on the "Cadillac Health Care plans" that they did have.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#2 Jun 29, 2012
Ex- El Paso Resident wrote:
Well the bright side is they always have the Affordable Care Act avaialble and will not have to pay the high taxes on the "Cadillac Health Care plans" that they did have.
Ex- El Paso Resident.

Perhaps. But there is also a downside to the Government's takeover of the medical industry. When the Government summons overtaxed Americans to have their annual "inspection" - including the thorough inspections of their anal cavities - if they fail the sugar or salt test, they will be subject to heavy fines.

Ronald
Ex- El Paso Resident

Las Cruces, NM

#3 Jun 29, 2012
Ronald wrote:
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Ex- El Paso Resident.
Perhaps. But there is also a downside to the Government's takeover of the medical industry. When the Government summons overtaxed Americans to have their annual "inspection" - including the thorough inspections of their anal cavities - if they fail the sugar or salt test, they will be subject to heavy fines.
Ronald
Agree,

New York has a start on this with their mayor.

Next this is if I make over a certain amount I will be required to buy a chevy volt because "if is for the better good" with GM and other associated companies employing many (and still owing the taxpayer a lot of money) and we all know about the "green" stuff.

The funny part is follow the power cord backawards and that "clean" electricity is being generated with coal, oil and natural gas.

Yep,

People that have never had a real job, had everything provided to them by someone else's hard work, take lobby money, and always have been in poltics know what is best for us.

Maybe that is why the US economy is doing sooooo great!!!!!

Obama,

The Nobel Peace Prize winner with the most confirmed drone kills.

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