Obama’s Agenda IS on the Backs of the Middle Class and Elderly


by Jayne D. Frank

Listening to President Obama’s lies once again today in the Rose Garden, I cannot help but wonder how many elderly people in this Country still buy his “crap!”  Having worked all my life in the corporate world and owning a small business during my semi-retired years, I have seen first-hand the affect of his policies on my family and my neighbors.  We lost our small business in the wake of the mistrust and economy downturn following the election of Barack Obama in 2008 and since that time have seen our own standard of living, as senior citizens, as well as that of our children, decline to a point approaching poverty.  We might as well not have worked and paid taxes all of these years ; perhaps the hippies had it right in the 60’s – “If it feels good – do it!”  We could have enjoyed not working, searching the world over for our “other selves” and just had a good time, instead of being productive Americans, taking care of our parents along the way, and hoping to finally have that “good time” during our retirements.

Now that we have arrived at our Golden Years, we find ourselves, like millions of senior citizens, in 2011:

1)  Paying 3.66/gallon average price of gasoline over the $1.67 in 2008; we can’t afford to take trips anywhere.

2)  Looking at another 3.5% increase in cost of our stay-at-home grocery bill, caused almost entirely by crops diverted to biofuels and smaller yields caused by EPA regulations on farmers; that leaves us nothing to ever go out to dinner with each other.

3)  Looking at a future where doctors are to be rewarded for their cost-saving, performance-based, rationing of our medical care, as most recently repeated by President Obama in his speech today;

4) Incurring Medicare premium increases in 2012 through 2014 which will offset any COLA increases seniors may get, caused singularly by Obamacare; again keeping seniors locked in their homes unable to spend any money and help spur the economy.

5) Investigating ways to pay for our prescriptions in 2012 and future years as Obamacare and the Obama administration make it harder for us to pay higher increases in our insurance plans.  Perhaps, somewhere in Obama’s vision is a “Soylent Green” kind of world where we can all peacefully get out of the way to make room for younger generations;

6)  Worrying about our children and grandchildren losing their jobs without any future for rehiring, losing their real estate investments and not having a committed Congress who will ensure that our children will not be paying off our governmental debts forever.

I wanted to travel with my husband, to pay my way in life, to not have to worry about my children and their futures, and to be able to stay well.  I fear that unless seniors wake up in this country, get their voices back and resist President Obama’s efforts to reshape our beautiful Country in HIS vision, that this will only be a memory we once had.

What I want is for the class warfare and the lies of this Administration to end so that we can get about healing the divisions in our country and make America better for all Americans.  43% of Americans pay nothing in this country, not counting all the millions we are spending on people that have never paid into our system and are not citizens.  But instead of addressing the real problems that are facing this country, such as the true cost of immigration (legal and illegal), a true “welfare class” that has never worked and don’t want to work, and an obsolete and ineffective tax system, as well as Government spending, the Administration is now targeting seniors, who are the real victims in this scenario playing out in Washington.

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