Letters to the Editor: April 10 – 16

Published on Wed, Apr 9, 2014
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The Editor:
In a newspaper article published on March 26, Democratic Senator Patty Murray wrote lovingly of the Affordable Care Act and the “tangible and positive impact it has had.” Perhaps she missed the Associated Press article published in the same newspaper just three days earlier reporting that 750 employees at Indiana University were having their work hours cut as a result of “Obamacare.” Somehow, I don’t think those 750 people who now will receive smaller paychecks are experiencing the “tangible and positive impact” she talks about.
Perhaps Senator Murray should show the first article to Democratic Senator Harry Reid, as he had the audacity to stand on the floor of the Senate and announce that all the people telling of their poor experiences with the Affordable Care Act are just making up lies. Have these senators completely lost touch with reality? Shame on those who continue to vote them back into office.
Gordon Bennett
Custer

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