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Richard asks…

HillaryCare Might Be A Better Idea Than I First Thought?

I’m 50 years old. I’ve been invested in the stock market before the DJI30 reached 2,000. I invested in Wal-Mart, IBM, Apple, Microsoft and Home Depot when they became IPO’s.

Life’s been good. I have no debts, I own my home.

I only work because I need health care to protect my health and wealth.

If Hillary guarantees health care, I’m thinking about quiting work and signing on with her plan.

And since I won’t have an income, I would technically be poor, so my health care should be free.

This will give me more time to do those things I’ve always wanted to at home, and give me more time to see my doctor to get those little things taken care of, those things I don’t want to spend my money on.

How many other close to retirement people plan to take advantage of the tax payers charity and quit work as I do?

And do you see any disadvantages to this plan?

financi4 answers:

Yeah, I am getting closer to retirement and am wondering if living off of the taxes of the younger folks might be a good idea. If in retirement I don’t have to pay for my insurance, I would have more to spend on me!

The liberals grow stronger feeding upon the needs of the losers of society.

“A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until a majority of voters discover that they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury.” –Alexander Tyler.

William asks…

HillaryCare May Not Be A Bad Idea As I First Thought?

I’m 50 years old. I’ve been invested in the stock market before the DJI30 reached 2,000. I invested in Wal-Mart, IBM, Apple, Microsoft and Home Depot when they became IPO’s.

Life’s been good. I have no debts, I own my home.

I only work because I need health care to protect my health and wealth.

If Hillary guarantees health care, I’m thinking about quiting work and signing on with her plan.

And since I won’t have an income, I would technically be poor, so my health care should be free.

This will give me more time to do those things I’ve always wanted to at home, and give me more time to see my doctor to get those little things taken care of, those things I don’t want to spend my money on.

How many other close to retirement people plan to take advantage of the tax payers charity and quit work as I do?

And do you see any disadvantages to this plan?

financi4 answers:

Your view on this issue is quite biased. You see things from your own perspective alone with clear disregard for the health and sustainability of our country per se.

The deficit is at an all-time high and a couple more of these high-budget programs would kill our flailing economy. For me, this is going to burden more taxpayers than those who will benefit from it.

Just my two cents…

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