The fix

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

As soon as the PelosiReid-Obama tri­umvi­rate rammed the so-called “health care re­form” bill down our col­lec­tive throats, cal­lously dis­re­gard­ing the wishes of the ma­jor­ity of the Amer­i­can peo­ple, the Se­nate, of all places and peo­ple, be­gan the process of “fix­ing” the bill that Pres­i­dent Obama signed.

That is a most asi­nine thing to do, to “fix” a bill that was so ob­vi­ously flawed that it im­me­di­ately needed “fix­ing” af­ter it was passed and signed. I won­der what would hap­pen if the up­per level man­age­ment at any car man­u­fac­tur­ing plant were to de­lib­er­ately build au­to­mo­biles that have prob­lems — like no gas tank, only one axle for four wheels, no brakes — and then set about “fix­ing” the prob­lems af­ter the cars had been sold? Quel id­i­otie!

I am well aware that this is an ar­gu­ment ad ab­sur­dum, which is pre­cisely what the “health care re­form” bill was to be­gin with — ab­surd.

Fel­low Amer­i­cans: re­mem­ber who voted for this mon­stros­ity, and vote them all out of of­fice this fall. Miriam Dapra Hartville, Wy­oming

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