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I think you're right that his ability to opt out is a positive for him.

On the other hand, if you are trying to suggest that the poor wish Social Security didn't exist, I beg to differ...most of them are glad that there is at least one program in place that helps reduce (not by enough, but reduce some) the poverty among our less off elders in this country.

And we have a right to complain if our govt refuses to negotiate rates..we elect THEM to represent US, not to represent the pharmaceutical industry, and they explicitly rule out negotiating the best rate for pharmaceuticals? We've every right to be outraged about that part, at least..

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