To the Editor:
This is a letter about insurance.
There are two kinds. The government is a world of its own. Their insurance is called a golden parachute. That’s the one that’s 100 percent paid for by us little folks. There is no limit. This president was born into money he has no concept of what a struggle it is for middle class and I could care less.
Plan two is the middle class where you buy or have no service. I don’t believe this president has any concept of affordable insurance. He has never walked in our shoes.
This is our case: I am 81 and my wife is 77. I never had a doctor and had one eye test ($125). My wife had an eyebrow lift so as not to doze off while reading – that’s it.
Together we pay $2,400 for Medicare. We pay $10,000 supplement for two. We pay co-pays. We get no glasses, no dental, and no hearing. My aids are $6,000 a pair and we did not buy into the drug program.
This president is out of touch with the people. This is not my idea of affordable. I tried to contact the governor for an answer to no availability as to why this is happening.
The government pays $800 per month to the insurance company for each person enrolled. Combined, that would work out to $26,000 a year.