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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A health care law no one wants
Question of the Day
Isn't it ironic that the Democrats who voted for Obamacare don't want the law now that they have read it? They want to be exempt along with their staffs. The Internal Revenue Service, which is supposed to implement the measure, doesn't want it for IRS employees. None of the labor unions that muscled their members to support it want it. That's right; nobody wants Obamacare.
So why does the average American Joe have to have it? What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Obamacare is a train wreck. We must stop it now before it gets any worse. Congress needs to start over on health care.
Apollo Beach, Fla.
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