Letters to the Editor

Those 2,700 pages don’t belong down our throats

Health care reform has been a contentious debate since this Democrat administration decided to restructure our great nation. The facts are that most Americans, even evil Republicans, agree that health care reform is a good idea.

The issue is the total takeover of health care and ramming 2,700 pages of unread bureaucratic gobbly-dy-gook down the throats of the American people. In addition to the underhandedness, flat-out lies, special deals, real costs, and the overall prostitution of the legislative process and Constitution which has ticked off the opposition. This corrupt administration is attempting to dismantle the very foundations of this great nation, by imposing government takeover of financial institutions, automotive companies, and now health care. They have imposed government control over the very foundations of free enterprise.

President Obama along with Pelosi and Reid’s Chicago and Politburo style of government legislative action cannot be denied. They have arrogantly defied 76 percent of the voters who desire the current health care bill be scrapped.

Thirteen state attorneys general are filing lawsuits against the constitutionality of this legislation. Thank you, Rob McKenna! Others are passing bills to prevent their states from complying with its mandates.

Obviously Democratic liberal ideology is what this bill is about. Not health care.

Dean Jenniges

Bremerton

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