Support Freedom of Health Care Choice for Seniors

by ActRight Community in FreedomWorks Inc

Why should America's seniors get stuck with second-rate health care while there are better options available? Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has proposed S. 2196, the Congressional Health Care for Seniors Act, in order to address this very question. 

In addition to letting Medicare seniors join the same excellent health care plan enjoyed by Members of Congress and federal employees, Dr. Paul proposes raising the Medicare retirement age from 65 to 70, very gradually, over a generation. According to independent experts, these reforms would save a full $1 trillion over 10 years and cut Medicare’s $38 trillion unfunded liability nearly in half. That's without benefit cuts or government rationing.

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