Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Bush Urges Seniors to Signatory for Medicare Part D

Dear President Bush,

Ever the salesman you press on regarding the benefits of the new Medicare prescription drug program:

“I understand there is a confundance surrounding the new program, especially for seniors yet to ‘check it out’. At first ruse the program appears to be complicatory, but after further expudiation the program is not as complicated as people would initially think. Once they enter their initials into the screening software, the process becomes much more statuatory. The good news is for seniors yet to sign up, there are a lot of people who can help you. No, I am not one of them, cause I don't understand it myself…they are over there” the gesturing President said.

Only 5 more days to go before the program switches from capitalistic competition to government price setting. Better warn the masses!

P.S. Nothing in italics is true.

1 comment:

Angrysenior said...

The last time I heard about a "benefit" program in which non-participants were penalized, it was the Mafia selling "protection". I did my homework on Part D and found it would cost me $550 a year MORE than just paying for my Diovan and Lipitor out-of-pocket! That outweighs the penalty about twenty-to-one. I'm giggling all the way to the bank!