Did you note ineligible for Title XVIII' right? TITLE XVIII—HEALTH
INSURANCE FOR THE AGED AND DISABLED
I would like to point out that, to use an example, General Motors
agreed to the terms in those contracts, year after year as the decades
rolled on The UAW didn't force GM to sign them. GM is complicit in
the over extended nature of these plans. The inexorable power of
exponentiation and the inability of anyone in the decision making
chain to comprehend it is to blame, if anything.
I originally thought you meant the UAW were getting $10B to beef up
the pensioners' cut. Now I think I see that you mean all the
retirees, like IBM who had their contracts unilaterally revoked.
Which is another word for broken. By the employer. Makes me wonder
why we need unions in the first place.
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