Obama’s $716 billion Medicare cuts

Romney for President

Three years ago this week, President Obama promised to ensure Medicare would “be there for the next generation.”

Yet, ironically, President Obama, with the help of his liberal allies, cut Medicare by over $716 billion to pay for Obamacare — a travesty his campaign now is touting as an achievement.

Seniors will be hit with higher costs and fewer benefits because of Obamacare’s Medicare cuts. Beginning in 2013, Obamacare will cut over $100 billion from Medicare Advantage, a vital program that benefits one in four seniors.

And Obamacare created the Independent Payment Advisory Board to create even steeper cuts in Medicare benefits, which could lead to reduced access to care.

All of this is just wrong — and the Romney-Ryan and Republican team’s plan to preserve, protect, and strengthen Medicare would make things right.

Learn the truth about Medicare under Obama and how he’s failing seniors in this video:

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