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Rowley: Obama not living up to promises

H.W. Rowley, Frisco

Notice: Obama’s promises to U.S citizens since taking presidential office:

A. No increase in health care cost for senior citizens. We would have the option to keep our current program in Social Security that we have now.

B. No new taxes for working class – hey, how many working people don’t have jobs? 8.4 percent over 3.5 million

C. No more new government spending until we have a balanced budget. Where has all the stimulus money gone? Never accounted for! How about yearly budgets – none made or kept.

D. Would be no health care for illegal aliens – enforce this law!

E. So “Obama’s” what to repeat transparencies is to increase government spending with no knowledge of spending made “Public” – you know, to us taxpayers. You have no choice … this deduction comes out of your Social Security check each month …

This needs to go around until November. Look carefully at the 2014 rate compared to the 2013 rate. For those of you who are on Medicare, read the following. It’s short, but important and you probably haven’t heard about it in mainstream news: “The per person Medicare Insurance Premium will increase from the present monthly fee of $96.40 to $104.20 in 2012; $120.20 in 2013, AND $247.00 in 2014.”

These are provisions incorporated in the Obamacare legislation that are purposely delayed so as not to confuse the 2012 re-election campaigns. Send this to all seniors that you know so they will know who’s throwing them under the bus. Remember this in November 2012 and vote!

H.W. Rowley, Frisco


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