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The Ticket To Retirement Work And Retirement Work Incentives Act Of 2019

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From the desk of William Carter Franklin, retired teacher for the state of North Carolina:
 

Having been contacted by the Honorable Congressman David Rouzer (R) NC-07 regarding the Ticket To Work And Work Incentives Improvement Act not containing disabled worker health coverage past age 65, and in agreement to continue working with his office on the matter, the following legislative outline is currently submitted for consideration by himself for presentation as a Bill before the current House.

 

The Ticket To Retirement Work And Retirement Work Incentives Act Of 2019

 

1. Extends Medicaid coverage to all working individuals aged 65 or greater who meet the same income and resource limits that their state extends to individuals with disabilities who work aged 16-64.

 

2. Extends the Ticket To Work Program as a self-sufficiency employment program for senior citizens in all of the relevant areas of applicability.

 

3. Ensures that no working senior who meets the criteria for Medicaid in section 1 must pay a Medicare premium so long as they qualify.

 

4. Any other benefits or requirements that are necessary to facilitate employment and self sufficiency of the elderly who choose to work and be productive to continue to provide for themselves and their communities.

 

 

November 7, 2019.

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Now dims want to bankrupt medicare. 

NO Republican has ever defunded Medicare. 

Obama did.  And now.... this. 

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11 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

Now dims want to bankrupt medicare. 

NO Republican has ever defunded Medicare. 

Obama did.  And now.... this. 

 

What is your specific complaint against making seniors more productive, particularly disabled ones?

 

Why do you want them to fall off a cliff and lose their dual coverage just for turning 65?

 

Study the legislation from 1999 and this piece.

 

Then comment.

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9 minutes ago, WillFranklin said:

What is your specific complaint against making seniors more productive, particularly disabled ones?

Why do you want them to fall off a cliff and lose their dual coverage just for turning 65?

Study the legislation from 1999 and this piece.

Then comment.

You're defunding Medicare.   Again. 

Funny how you liberals always claim Republicans try to kill it,  while you advocate policies that actually do it. 

Why hasn't Pelosi done anything to preotect Medicare. 

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29 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

You're defunding Medicare.   Again. 

Funny how you liberals always claim Republicans try to kill it,  while you advocate policies that actually do it. 

Why hasn't Pelosi done anything to preotect Medicare. 

 

Payroll taxes fund Medicare. We are getting these people working more to pay those taxes. These people already get Medicare.

 

 

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2 hours ago, WillFranklin said:

Payroll taxes fund Medicare. We are getting these people working more to pay those taxes. These people already get Medicare.

Damn you're stupid. 

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39 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

Damn you're stupid. 

 

This thread is for those that want to propose solutions and work together instead of just being partisan trolls forever name-calling.

 

What is your problem with the lower income  elderly people receiving Medicare working and paying Medicare taxes in exchange for their premium?

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7 minutes ago, WillFranklin said:

 

This thread is for those that want to propose solutions and work together instead of just being partisan trolls forever name-calling.

 

What is your problem with the lower income  elderly people receiving Medicare working and paying Medicare taxes in exchange for their premium?

Why are you defunding Medicare, and trying to destroy it?

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1 minute ago, Golfboy said:

Why are you defunding Medicare, and trying to destroy it?

 

You can't argue that if I am getting the people that receive it to work more and pay more Medicare taxes.

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Just now, WillFranklin said:

You can't argue that if I am getting the people that receive it to work more and pay more Medicare taxes.

You're proposing defunding Medicare.   It only applies to people who are retired. 

Why would you do that?

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Just now, Golfboy said:

You're proposing defunding Medicare.   It only applies to people who are retired. 

Why would you do that?

 

I am proposing that people who are retirement age not stop working and instead work and pay in to Medicare.

 

Right now many workers are better off not working any more at 65 and being a burden to Medicaid at that age, as well as not paying any Medicare taxes any more.

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Just now, WillFranklin said:

 

I am proposing that people who are retirement age not stop working and instead work and pay in to Medicare.

 

Right now many workers are better off not working any more at 65 and being a burden to Medicaid at that age, as well as not paying any Medicare taxes any more.

Oh, you want old people to be forced to work, because you took all their retirement money in taxes. 

 

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5 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

Oh, you want old people to be forced to work, because you took all their retirement money in taxes. 

 

 

What about disabled workers age 16-64 who would lose their dual Medicaid coverage suddenly at age 65 without this Bill and suddenly have a Medicare premium, and supplemental premium, copays, prescriptions, etc. unless they quit working and go on bare Medicaid for that age which is all they have for that age.

 

All this Bill does is incentivize work.

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Just now, WillFranklin said:

What about disabled workers age 16-64 who would lose their dual Medicaid coverage suddenly at age 65 without this Bill and suddenly have a Medicare premium, and supplemental premium, copays, prescriptions, etc.?

Why shouldn't they be subjected to the same rules and costs as everyone else?

sWillie wants to force old people to work, just to pay taxes. 

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Just now, Golfboy said:

Why shouldn't they be subjected to the same rules and costs as everyone else?

sWillie wants to force old people to work, just to pay taxes. 

 

Why shouldn't working at an older age be incentivized? It is not forced. There is a big difference. They can still sit and do nothing and just get Medicaid if that would be your choice as one of them one day as I imagine it might based on your laziness here in research.

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Just now, WillFranklin said:

Why shouldn't working at an older age be incentivized? It is not forced. There is a big difference. They can still sit and do nothing and just get Medicaid if that would be your choice as one of them one day as I imagine it might based on your laziness here in research.

Why should  the government be "incentivizing" anything?

Of course it's forced.   You steal everyone's retirement money, that forces them to work.  Dumbass.

 

Why do you think the people you are advocating for, deserve special benefits not available to everyone else?

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8 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

Why should  the government be "incentivizing" anything?

Of course it's forced.   You steal everyone's retirement money, that forces them to work.  Dumbass.

 

Why do you think the people you are advocating for, deserve special benefits not available to everyone else?

 

I already explained to you that many disabled workers lose their dual coverage at age 65 without the Bill.

 

These workers are not allowed to save for retirement if they wanted their dual coverage age 16-64.

 

Do your research.

 

Then comment tomorrow.

 

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People who work are healthier at any age for doing so.

 

Imagine the health cost savings.

 

And more...

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sWillies wants to force seniors to work, to pay taxes.

How sick is that?

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32 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

sWillies wants to force seniors to work, to pay taxes.

How sick is that?

 

I would hope that you would eventually get around to understanding what incentivizing work does. It is not forcing anything.

 

Does the 1999 Bill with the original Ticket To Work program force disabled people to work?

 

This bill is the same incentives for retirement age.

 

Your understanding is lacking.

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In fact the 1999 Ticket To Work Bill that incentivized work for the disabled with the same rules was written by Lazio (R) NY.

 

Why not incentivize work for the lower income elderly?

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This may take a while to even be before any other lawmakers other than my Congressman.

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