Medicare – Part G – Nursing Home Plan

Say you are an older senior citizen and can no longer take care of yourself and the government says there is no Nursing Home care available for you. So, what do you do? You opt for Medicare Part G.

The plan gives anyone 75 or older a gun (Part G) and one bullet. You are allowed to shoot one worthless politician. This means you will be sent to prison for the rest of your life where you will receive three meals a day, a roof over your head, central heating and air conditioning, cable TV, a library, and all the Health Care you need. Need new teeth? No problem. Need glasses? That’s great. Need a hearing aid, new hip, knees, kidney, lungs, sex change, or heart? They are all covered!

As an added bonus, your kids can come and visit you at least as often as they do now! And, who will be paying for all of this? The same government that just told you they can’t afford for you to go into a nursing home. And you will get rid of a useless politicians while you are at it.

Is this a great country or what? Now that you have solved your senior financial plan, enjoy the rest of your week!



May 5, 2015

2 thoughts on “
Medicare – Part G – Nursing Home Plan

  1. Judy Kruse

    A little sarcastic humor. It would be funny if it weren’t so heartbreakingly true. It is to the point I believe all politicians
    are evil and worthless.

    1. Randy May, admin Post author

      Yes, I need a little sarcasm at times to keep me sane, especially when it comes to the issue of our US political system! As I have studied the Constitution, I have recognized that all of us as citizens of this nation, have participated in some way to usurp the authority given to the people and the states and allowed that authority to be used by our federal government, which, under our constitution, was granted only limited authority. If you review Article I, Section 4 of the constitution, you will see that our forefathers dictated “The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year”. When I read those words, I can’t help but think that our forefathers intended such limits upon the federal government, that they felt it necessary to include within our constitution this directive that our Congress must meet a lease once in each year …. and how many weeks and months are now devoted to the meeting of our Congress?

      It is my understanding that our forefathers, in giving the majority of Constitutional Authority to the States and the People, felt it wise at the time to include this edict about congress having to meet at least once a year, even though there may not be much need for congress to assemble, since the States and the People were fully accepting the authorities and responsibilities as dictated by our constitution. So, how did we allow the Congress to wield such powers and authority as they do today? For myself, I see my own passive attitude to political maters in my past as a major thread in that needle point picture we now refer to as our federal government.

      I believe that each and every one of us need to first study our constitution, then stand within our local city, county and state governmental organizations and insist that each of these entities accept the responsibilities and authorities granted in our constitution and furthermore, see that they are carried out. I certainly do not foresee in my life, rendering to such cause of action suggested in this message about Medicare – Part G!


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