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    Romney is disgusted by those future old people who will not be paying federal income tax after they retire so --- Romney plans to screw future old people with VoucherCare.

      The Romney/GOP plot goes like this:

1) Con old people into supporting Vouchercare for their kids.

2) For the plot to work, the current young people, future old people, will give their FICA Payroll Tax to Insurance Corps to gamble away on Wall Street.

3) As a "thank you" to the current young people, future old people, those Insurance Corps will give you a worthless Voucher and then tell you that your Voucher is not with the coupon it was printed on.

    A new Romney Ad has Marco Rubio conning old people into supporting GOP who want to screw over their kids --- with Vouchercare.

RUBIO: “Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan get it. Medicare is going broke. That’s not politics. It’s math. Anyone who wants to leave Medicare like it is, is for letting it go bankrupt. My mother’s 81 and depends on Medicare.”

“We can save Medicare without changing hers. But only if younger Americans accept that our Medicare will be different than our parents,' when we retire in 30 years. But after all they did for us, isn’t that the least we can do?”

    So, Marco Rubio is asking us: "isn't that the least we can do."

     I say we all get on Twitter and answer him.

     Here's my answer: "No Marco!  My elderly parents do not want me to be stuck with Romney/Ryan VoucherCare  "

     Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio and all others who want to screw over future old people are true pieces of sh!t.

     Oh, if you want to see the video I embedded it below.  But, I provided the Transcript so Romney's Ad would get fewer hits -- but if you want to see it here it is:

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