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kim1234



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Age : 74

PostSubject: Paying for prescriptions   Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:49 pm

How are you paying for your prescriptions?
I retired recently and wonder which is best plan, etc.?
I am completely confused.
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PostSubject: Ditto   Tue Mar 09, 2010 9:10 pm

I am wondering about the same thing. How is every retiree paying for their prescriptions?
I don't know what to do.
I see so many non-English-speaking people in the pharmacy store using a (blue) Benefits card and they never pay anything for their prescriptions. One young man in front of my was getting 5 prescriptions, for which he paid zero, and he had more than one Benefits cards in his wallet. What a mess in this country - which is supposed to be a world leader! The politicians don't seem to care about the senior citizens at all. It appears all they are concerned about is keeping their "seats" in the congress and senate.
We have worked our whole lives and have paid taxes and now our taxes are going to support illegal aliens and who never paid taxes, etc.
They are getting more benefits than U.S. citizens and more benefits than wounded U.S. service men and women.
Just an awful, awful shame.

Janet
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