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So if I post messages talking about and supporting more than one issue then it is not peddling is that correct ?

When you're over 65, Medicare is your primary insurance. Any (affordable) insurance that your former employer offers as a retirement perk or you should purchase is a "Medi-Gap" insurance, i.e. makes up difference between what Medicare offers and you really want.

As I understand LTC insurance, it could pay either for excess days for rehabilitation and/or longterm residential care.

Medigap insurance is not the same as LTC insurance. Medi-gap is more like what we used to call "major
medical" insurance. The cost depends on what you personally have access to. Some employers offer Medigap insurance as a retirement benefit. Again, the cost will depend on your negotiating position.

Since the Medicaid recipient should already have spent down his estate before qualifying, the feds will not come after the children unless there is a trust that has hidden funds. Children are not responsible for the debts of their parents.

I don't think so at all. As a matter of fact, MTC and PFE have been working together on the next generation Cox II inhibitor. You can expect Celebrex and Vioxx to be history. MRK as well has a new Cox II in the pipeline.

Of all the stocks I wouldn't mind being 100% in, SUNW is near the top of the list. I's run with it until the business model stops working. May that never happen!

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