Those people must be insane! Again, on Tuesday, I heard a GOP representative say that the Affordable Care Act is a "failed" program. How can it be "failed" if it hasn't even taken full effect yet?
Like it or not (and isn't it amazing that, when asked, some citizens say they don't like "Obamacare" but do like the ACA?), shouldn't our "representatives" (there's a loose term) not distort issues just so they can keep their positions of power? They apparently think if they say something often enough, people will believe it!
Where can the American people get facts? "Facts" has become a relative term depending on which side is talking. Why can't the newspapers do what they sometimes do for local elections: State what has been said followed by (hopefully) the whole truth about the statement? I would gladly read these for hours to be able to know what the real story is on issues.
It seems to me that those who "have" want to keep those who "don't have" from getting even just a little bit of it.
First Published October 16, 2013 8:00 PM