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posted: 8/15/2012 5:00 AM

Dold's survey of seniors slanted

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I recently received a rather patronizing "seniors issues" survey from Congressman Robert Dold. One of the three questions asked if medical decisions should be made between doctors and patients and not a Washington bureaucrat. Dold failed to ask about an insurance company bureaucrat making medical decisions.

Actually I would rather have a government employee looking at my claim than someone working for a company that makes a profit by denying claims. Since all the questions were slanted to be answered one way only, I am forced to conclude that Congressman Dold doesn't really care what senior citizens think.

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