Thanks for taking the time to get back to me . I do understand what you are saying, I just think that these enrollment deadlines by the government are immature, childish, and cause harm. This entire health care system in America is cruel and heartless, and it is Americans doing this to Americans. I will never understand the health care debate in this country, none of us are going to escape needing it, and yet whenever the subject comes up for debate, Americans will go fist to cuffs to prevent each other from getting it, when they themselves are going to need it. What sort of man can take a look at his child, and say, I do not want you to have health care, and yet that is Exactly what Americans do. We could provide for health care for everyone in the entire world, if we simple eliminated the bureaucracy and paper shuffling of our current insurance systems. It is insurance companies that are standing in the way of health care for all, that is what the medicare part B, C, D is all about, keeping insurance companies hands in the pot. Doctors and Dentist, medical offices and Hospitals could treat ten times more patients, at a fraction of the cost if we would all agree to get the insurance companies out of our health care systems. And these enrollment deadlines are simply one more piece of evidence to support that statement, my cancer doesn’t expire or take a break with an enrollment deadline. My dental benefits at 70 years of age should never expire and my sister has been without dentures for the past 8 years because of some coverage issue that would not cover broken dentures except for the allotted time to pass, it is absolute madness. The accounting cost alone, of mailing me tons of paper work and manuals from Medicare and Medical alone would more than pay for treatment, if only the hospital room didn’t go for 10,000 dollars a day, just because of insurance companies. I am not a fan of expiring benefits when Americans reach the age of Medicare, it is a scam, sponsored by Congress, as a sweetheart deal to insurance companies, to suck the life out of health care in this country.