Per­haps he should go

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - VOICES -

In a re­cent let­ter, Mr. Ash­ton Miller III ob­jects to some of his ap­par­ently sig­nif­i­cant pros­per­ity be­ing used to sup­port gov­ern­ment health care for those much less for­tu­nate. He sug­gests that Se­na­tors John Booz­man and Tom Cot­ton dis­suade the gov­ern­ment from such wealth con­fis­ca­tion.

As he ob­vi­ously dis­agrees with the ac­tions of a gov­ern­ment em­pow­ered by the peo­ple it rep­re­sents, I sug­gest that Mr. Miller III move to So­ma­lia. That coun­try has no func­tion­ing gov­ern­ment. He may ap­pre­ci­ate that. But should Mr. Miller III ob­ject be­cause So­ma­lia has lit­tle gov­ern­ment pro­tec­tion and there are few cus­tomers for his suc­cess­ful busi­ness, per­haps that is some­thing he should think about. DON­ALD BOGARD


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