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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Obama’s real enemy is anyone who disagrees

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President Obama's crowning achievement, Obamacare, is a disaster in the making. Mr. Obama claimed that it would save Americans money on health care. This is not true. He claimed you could keep your doctor if you were happy with him. The truth, however, is that for millions of Americans, this will not be the case. Because of Obamacare, the core of the American middle class, the 40-hour workweek, is gone.

As Obamacare continues to be implemented, it is clear that neither Mr. Obama nor Congress had a clue about what was in this 2,000-page-plus bill or how it was going to work. Why do "we, the people," who elected these representatives, accept this blatantly irresponsible behavior?

Mr. Obama continues to divide the nation. He has repeatedly shown that his real enemy is not al Qaeda, Iran or even North Korea. The real enemy to Mr. Obama is anyone that stands in the way of his radical transformation of America.

Before the MSNBC liberal types brand me a racist, let me clarify something: What I detest about Mr. Obama has nothing to do with his skin color. I abhor his foolish, destructive and failed liberal ideas. He also exhibits an aversion to the truth. The Affordable Care Act is hardly affordable.


Kokomo, Ind.

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