- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 29, 2011

The late British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once said, “The length of this document defends it well against the risks of its being read.” No quote in history could more adequately describe the lengthy, laborious and ludicrous document known as Obamacare.

The most recent mistake from this boondoggle comes with the revelation that at least 3 million new people qualify for Medicaid under Obamacare. I feel certain that this tip of the iceberg will be a precursor for more titillating disasters in the future.

Only the hubris of an ill-informed, inexperienced, self-serving rookie would have given rise to such an overt effort to con the American public. The last time a nation was asked to swallow such a load of bunk without reading the first page was in the 1930s in the Weimar Republic.

WILSON FARIS

Gaithersburg