Medicare Advocacy, a Connecticut-based far-left-wing group, has started a campaign to scare the hell out of Gramma. It's similar to the Mediscare and confuse-Gramma-about-Social-Security programs being run by Columbia and Harvard Universities. As the Presidential election heats up, every far-left-wing group is apparently trying to outdo the next in order to re-elect the president and complete the dismantling of Medicare the President began with the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) as amended.
Its campaign keys on a three-column table of what it calls "PPACA Myths," the "Truth," and "Why." I have added a fourth column, the Real Truth indicated below with an arrow. (I also added the words "Left Wing" in front of Medicare Advocacy's Truth column to distinguish it from the Real Truth.)
More far-left lies and the real truth:
Despite its name, Medicare Advocacy never actually seems to advocate for or lobby or educate people about Medicare, particularly how bad Medicare Parts A and B are as health care insurance. Instead, Medicare Advocacy seems to spend a lot of time opposing Medicare reforms (such as the one proposed by Senator Wyden and Congressman Ryan) and defending the non-Medicare portions of PPACA.
-- Dennis Byron