I moved to the USA first time about 30 years ago. During this time frame USA gradually ceased being a prosperous developed country and became a third world country that it now is. How sad!
Enormous wealth and income disparity, enormous differences in rights - and possibilities - of the privileged rich and the rapidly growing percent of the population that is poor and becoming even poorer.
The audacity of a Republican/Tea Party budget that calls itself " a path to prosperity" while shamelessly dismantling the crumbling remains of a social system in the USA in the name of "deficit reduction" while showering lower taxes on the rich - both individual and corporations. Whew! I am glad I made the decision to leave this country permanently and executed it swiftly: I now live in Europe, again.
I no longer need to personally worry about what is happening with Medicare: I won't be using it.
My only worry is the sinking dollar, as a part of my income is in this currency. And as dollar sinks further and further against the euro ( you have now to dish out almost $ 1.5 for one euro, while ten yers ago dollar was stronger than euro, and even 6 years ago an Economist prediction that a dollar would fall to 1.40 to an euro was greeted with utmost dibelief - that's how low Amarica fell!) the percentage of my total income in dollars shrinks, too. Thanks heavens for strong Swedish crown ... though it does me no good in Sweden. :-(((
But at least its practically free health care makes me smile, as it saves me a bundle of dollars I do not have to spend on health care in America.