Listening to the procession of Republicans in the last two years is like playing whack-a-mole: As fast as the American public knocks one down, another one pops up.
Why do they not follow the examples of
W. James Osborne
Someone please ask those in
As for defending the free market, are they the only ones in Congress who don't understand that the U.S. pays much more per capita in healthcare costs than any of the countries that have universal coverage?
Re "On Cruz control," Letters, Sept. 26
Reader Jennifer Marks suggests that the "country doesn't like" the Affordable Care Act. To me, that's a pretty presumptuous statement. Polls are showing Americans divided on their attitudes toward the act, but to hear Marks tell it, it's a blanket rejection.
Moreover, Obama won reelection a year ago on his plans for the program's implementation. Does that suggest a country united in opposition it?
Lynn Robert Fairbanks