Monday, November 27, 2006

Surprise! Bush's Prescription Drug Benefit Plan a Success!

Yep, according to the latest survey eighty-percent of seniors enrolled in the president’s prescription drug plan are satisfied, a fact that goes against the grain of liberal ranting that the Medicare drug benefit plan was too unpopular and too expensive. Furthermore, Medicare indicates that average-per-person subsidy will drop by fifteen percent next year, making the prescription drug benefit plan far cheaper then anyone, especially the Democrats, anticipated. The Democrats, desperate for a campaign issue going into the 2008 presidential campaign, want the government to negotiate lower drug prices even though the prescription drug benefit plan makes it unnecessary for the federal government to take up such a role.