[September 8, 2009 @ 7:04 am] David Catron

While the president tries to recruit an army of underage Obots by taking his increasing creepy message to America’s schools, the people at the other end of the age spectrum are more and more suspicious of his intentions:

Polls show seniors … are more likely than other age groups to think Medicare, the government-funded health program for the elderly, will be worse off under any health-care reform.

And, unlike the school kids Obama is attempting to indoctrinate, these suspicious seniors actually vote. This is costing AARP, which has been drinking the Obamacare Kool-Aid, a noticeable portion of its membership:

Since July 1, many of the 60,000 AARP members who have quit over concerns about health care legislation said they were worried it could lead to cuts in Medicare.

And well they should be. As I have pointed out here, there is no doubt that Obama and his minions in Congress are planning to stiff the seniors in order to pay for Obamacare.

The president continues to lie about that, but his plan definitely involves cutting Medicare Advantage, a wildly popular program among poor and minority seniors. And this is very dangerous for the Dems.

One comment

  1. Dan Says:

    Who would want our government in charge of our health? Have you listened to anyone that has been to a V.A. hospitial?
    The government can’t even give good “government” television service. Digital converters, UCK.

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