(4) delaying the 29% cut in doctors fees for serving Medicare patients.
Expect Republicans to drive a hard bargain like they always do. Democrats pretend they care. In fact, they've already sold out. Obama's reelection hinged on it.
He talks tough, then caves at the 11th hour. He did repeatedly throughout his first term. Both parties are in lockstep on defending privilege.
People needs don't matter. It's part of a longstanding plan to third worldize America. Safety net protection is someone else's problem.
On November 6, Bill Black discussed what's coming. His article headlined "Wall Street Urges Obama to Commit the Great Betrayal," saying:
Top domestic policy is eroding safety net protections en route to eliminating them altogether.
"Only a Democrat can make it politically safe for Republicans who hate the safety net to unravel it (a process that would occur over a number of years) by legitimizing the claim that (it) must be cut."
Obama was hand-picked to do it. "Wall Street's unholy grail (is) privatizing Social Security."