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Insurance is not a right; most of America doesn't want a handout

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To The Daily Sun,

"...Once the president signs something into law, it is supposed to apply to everyone. Obama has granted waivers, exemptions, delays to his cronies and allies. House Republicans asked if delays, waivers, and exemptions were good for some, they should be good for all Americans. But Obama, Reid, and Pelosi said no. House Republicans asked that a specific 2.3 percent medical device tax, which is causing jobs to ship overseas, be repealed. Again, Obama, Reid, and Pelosi said no. Obama and liberal media are lying to you America. Obamacare is not a law, according to our Constitutional Republic, because laws apply to everyone...." — Allen West
"Elected leaders should not be treated better than the American people" — Senator Ted Cruz
For those who only watch mainstream media, you are being mislead. This health care law was passed with not one Republican vote. Our president will negotiate with Iran and terrorists but not with the Republicans.
Insurance is not a right. Welfare, Medicaid/Medicare should be reserved for elderly, kids, people with major illnesses, pregnant moms. The rest of America that still maintains its sanity and dignity and does not want hand outs and we don't want to pay for yours. Time to be weaned off the government tit people, and be productive members of society. I'm sick to death of socialist hacks trying to tell us what we have to do and not do. It's beyond time to rise up and tell them we aren't taking this crap anymore.
Kim Lakin

Gilmanton Iron Works