Our Gov has a history of closing public clinics and shutting down public health care. But, like most Conservatives, he is dead wrong. Public Health Care allows people to seek care before they need the expensive care of an Emergency Room -- the savings should be obvious. But Conservatives seem oblivious to that glaring fact, and Jindal leads the pack.
Today the New York Times published a story to refute those nay-sayers.
Medicare still has lower costs that any insurance company, read this.
Cutting back on Social Security, which is paid by the employees and their employers, and cutting back on Medicare and Medicaid, which are paid for by employees, doesn't reduce the National Debt. It does reduce the welfare of our brothers and sisters.