Are Overdue Reports Concealing ObamaCare Impact On Medicare?

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    Are Overdue Reports Concealing ObamaCare Impact On Medicare?
    By PETER FERRARA Posted 07/06/2010 06:04 PM ET

    The administration is trying to delay the report until mid-August, when it's hoping the country will be on vacation and won't notice. Or maybe the delay is because the White House is trying to bludgeon the chief actuaries for Medicare and Social Security into fudging the numbers.

    Those chief actuaries are dedicated, career professionals who have worked their way up the bureaucracy over decades.

    During the Reagan administration, the congressional Democrat majorities and the New York Times made clear to us that tampering with the work of the government's career professionals, let alone the career number crunchers, would be grounds for impeachment.

    I'm not certain the rule of law applies to this administration, where the Justice Department cites "payback time" as its reason for not prosecuting Black Panther Voting Rights Act violations.
     
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    When the elderly find out about the fraud perpetrated on them by Obama and AARP, they're gonna be angry

    ...and they vote.
     

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