I know this was waaaay back in early July, but don't think we're ever going to forget that your solution to the constituent who wanted the same health insurance you have was to become an employee of the Federal Government:
Got your resume ready, Senator? You're gonna need it when the voters of Iowa fire you next year. Be sure to put "back-stabbing SOB" on your list of accomplishments while in office.
And sure, you're seventy-five, and you could just go on Medicare, but that's government-run healthcare and you've said you'd fight that even when you were apparently working on a bi-partisan plan FOR it. So you'll need another Federal Job to keep the health insurance you've got.
I looked up Federal Jobs in Iowa and there are three options: FDIC, which is banking and finance and other stuff you have no experience in. Let's face it, nobody's hiring fifty-five year olds in the banking industry, so I think a seventy-five year old is probably outta luck.
They're also hiring in the Veteran's Affairs office but you've got two strikes against you on that application: one, you're not a veteran, and two, veterans hate you. Disabled American Veterans rated you third from the bottom in the Senate. Don't mention that in the interview.
That leaves the National Guard. Hey, maybe if you become a MEMBER of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America you can, after the fact, bump your voting grade above that "D" they currently give you.
I wonder what kind of health insurance the Deputy Sheriff of Ames has. You should wonder too, Senator: