Will politi­cians ever work for the good of our coun­try again?

The Denver Post - - OPINION - Re: Ralph Shep­herd,

“Re­peal and re­place? In­stead, tweak and move on,” July 2 Ge­orge F. Will col­umn.

Ge­orge F. Will’s col­umn on health care could have been about any is­sue fac­ing our coun­try these days, as he states, “No health care pol­icy is com­pre­hen­sive, com­pre­hen­si­ble and in­of­fen­sive to all in­tense groups.” He could have re­placed the words “health care” and that would cover ev­ery one of them. Com­pro­mise and work­ing for the over­all good of our coun­try by our elected of­fi­cials doesn’t seem to be some­thing we will see again for a very long time, if ever. Will’s col­umn may high­light health care, but it de­press­ingly states what we can ex­pect out of our elected govern­ment rep­re­sen­ta­tives. Send let­ters of 150 words or fewer to open­fo­rum@ den­ver­post.com or 101 W. Col­fax Ave., Suite 800, Den­ver, CO, 80202. Please in­clude full name, city and phone num­ber. Con­tact in­for­ma­tion is for our pur­poses only; we will not share it with any­one else. You can reach us by tele­phone at 303-9541331.

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