Comment: The Medicare Argument is a L I E

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The Medicare Argument is a L I E

IMO. The value of the money paid in is worth more than the value of the money today. I am sorry, I am sick of hearing this lie repeated over and over and over again by different people. I have tried to be nice about it. But people need to hear false information when it is said.

If I am wrong correct me. If I had listened to this interview first thing this morning I would not have posted a separate post. I would of confronted what I see as false information head on. Gary Johnson may be ignorant or mislead, but I'll be "darned" if I am going to let some one say that a silver dime now worth $2.50 paid into medicare is not more than a 3 to 1 payout. If I understand correctly a 25 to 1 payout is in order.

The Federal Reserve needs to quit stockpiling its wet gold and give the people back their silver dimes and quarters so they can pay for their own healthcare and get the government out of our pocketbooks and our personal business. Please.

From my non-controversial post today:

Regarding the recent sound bites on the Medicare Issue declaring people have paid $30 into the system and are getting $100 out of the system, I would like to offer the following information as food for thought:

If the Federal Government had allowed people to invest that money into gold instead of inflating the money then perhaps people would be able to get MORE than $100 back out of the system!

Or how about just silver?

After all one might consider that a 1964 silver dime is worth around $2.50 today. A single 10 cent piece from 1964 is worth 2 dollar bills and a fifty cent piece. Didn’t Dr. Paul hold up a silver quarter and say a gallon of gas could be purchased with that quarter in 2012?

I am wondering, how much health care would those silver dimes and quarters purchase in 2012?

If youu would like some more food for thought regarding gold and Medicare, jump on over to here:


Ben Franklin said: “A penny saved is a penny earned.”

bear wonders…maybe only when that penny is made out of copper...