There isn't enough room for all of Obamacare's flaws

2013-10-16T00:00:00Z There isn't enough room for all of Obamacare's flaws
October 16, 2013 12:00 am

Anybody who is for Obamacare obviously needs a lot of help because nobody in Congress has read the bill in its entirety. Not even the president read it, but the president signed it anyway.

He has read hardly any of the bills he signed. What are we paying him for? He can't understand the bills he passed. Congress, for that matter, can't understand them either. Does anybody in the Democratic Party know how to read?

In Obamacare, the health care that once was between a doctor and patients will be in the hands of a government agency and will decide about treatment. They won't have a personal history of the patient, and there is nothing in the bill that states they have to have a medical background. You better read it, people because our leaders aren't.

There are so many things wrong with the bill that it would take more than 150 words.

- Robert C. DeLuca, Lansing

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