3 things every voter needs to know about Paul Ryan’s Medicare reform plan — in 100 words
From James Pethokoukis and the good folks at American Enterprise Institute:
1. No one over the age of 55 would be affected in any way.
2. Traditional Medicare fee-for-service would remain available for all. “Premium support”—that is, government funding of private insurance plans chosen by individuals—is an option for those who choose it. No senior would be forced out of the traditional Medicare program against his will.
3. Overall funding for Medicare under the Ryan-Wyden plan is scheduled to grow at the same rate as under President Obama’s proposals. Is this “gutting Medicare” and “ending Medicare as we know it”? In reality, it’s the market giving seniors cheaper, higher quality choices they can take if they wish, with the traditional program remaining an option.
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If you get the chance to talk with friends, relatives, co-workers, strangers in line at Starbucks, these are your talking points. DO NOT let the Left attempt to steal the election with their lies and distortions. 100 words; it’s all you need. Ready? Go!