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Nixon also thought he was above the laws passed by Congress

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To The Daily Sun,

Obamacare is The Law Of The Land. I'm confused. I thought when a law is passed it applies to all. According to Obama, it's here to stay. The people and the courts have spoken.Though I dont agree, it's the way we do things in this country. That's why we vote. Health care for all, paid for fairly by all. We are now learning that's not the case. Obama took it upon himself to change the law, after the fact.

Since when does a president have the right to change the law of the land? Nixon thought he was above the law. History has a strange way of repeating itself.

Tom Sellew

Lochmere (Tilton)