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Offline The Barbarian

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Re: Privatize Social Security
« Reply #35 on: Fri Jan 18, 2019 - 17:21:22 »
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Barbarian, the Politics Forum IS all about policy. What else matters or differentiates us? We have some defending socialist or statist policies and others defending the opposite policies. If it wasn’t for policies, we could all claim uni-party status, which of course is not reality. Go ahead and jump in. Certainly no bigger dead horse to beat than evolution discussions for sure.

I really like everyone here, and I've learned politics is the best way to offend people.   I got more involved with it here, than I wanted to be.    I get your reasons, but I think I'll step out of this.   No one's offended me, but I would be more comfortable not talking about it here.


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Re: Privatize Social Security
« Reply #36 on: Fri Jan 18, 2019 - 17:25:56 »
A few years ago, I drove to my local hospital because I felt a pain and went to the emergency room. The hospital implanted a stent in one of my arteries the same day. I paid “zero”; Medicare paid 100% of the bill

Last month I went to renew my driver’s license and the drivers license department required me to get my doctor to sign a statement that I was healthy enough to drive a car. My doctor refused to do so unless I get my heart looked at.

I went to the emergency room at the same hospital and told my story. From there they sent me to a special ward in the hospital where the scanned my heat and took a few other tests. The then sent a report to my personal doctor.
Medicare paid 100% of the cost.

the above is the truth, nothing but the truth so help me God

btw: I'm 67 years old  ::smile::



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Re: Privatize Social Security
« Reply #37 on: Fri Jan 18, 2019 - 20:04:56 »
A few years ago, I drove to my local hospital because I felt a pain and went to the emergency room. The hospital implanted a stent in one of my arteries the same day. I paid “zero”; Medicare paid 100% of the bill

Last month I went to renew my driver’s license and the drivers license department required me to get my doctor to sign a statement that I was healthy enough to drive a car. My doctor refused to do so unless I get my heart looked at.

I went to the emergency room at the same hospital and told my story. From there they sent me to a special ward in the hospital where the scanned my heat and took a few other tests. The then sent a report to my personal doctor.
Medicare paid 100% of the cost.

the above is the truth, nothing but the truth so help me God

btw: I'm 67 years old  ::smile::

And you do not supplement your Medicare with a supplement or a Medigap Policy?

They tell you when you sign up that Medicare only pays 80%.

Maybe cause you went to the emergency room... though when I was there they oly did 80% and my supplment pays
the balance. I too, never pay a penny  ::clappingoverhead::




 

     
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