To the person who felt compelled to write the “ha ha we won and you didn’t” letter, I am compelled to write, please work toward unity and not this unproductive divisiveness this vicious presidential campaign has generated.
You say we don’t need a Republican man to tell women how to care for our bodies. It sounds like you are talking about hygiene. The actual issue had to do with the taxpayer money. You can care for your body any way you want to and no one was trying to change that.
Please don’t accuse someone of being a liar and a tax cheat. Those are very strong words. It seems you, too, are listening to an extreme liberal media and taking it as truth.
You can’t compare car insurance to 1,000-plus pages of a new health care act. Wait until it unfolds and see who it helps and who it hurts.
I am wondering where you researched your facts that told you one party lies and the other doesn’t. Also, if a conservative used the term “boogieman” the race card would be played.
I don’t pretend to be an expert, but I do know that the unemployment number is up and the business taxes are sure to increase, our national debt has skyrocketed and we are in danger of a serious recession.
My sincere hope is that you stay very happy.