To The Daily Sun,
A lot has been written about our country's nationally directed "health care" program and one of the best descriptions I've read to date, on how it should work, was outlined in James Edgar's letter to The Sun on November 26. I urge everyone to back track and take a look at Edgar's letter. In an incurvate way, his words give credence to President Lincoln's vision that "a house divided against itself cannot stand". Yes, Edgar's right: separation and division as to who must abide by congressional law and who is exempt from it must come to a screeching halt. The goal in any legislation should always be what is fair and judicious for everyone!
Edgar is also right to suggest that unless our state's national representatives start pounding the table in opposition to this trend of "elusive legislation", they should be voted out of office. And should this ever come to pass, let's hope we end up with "common folk" and "common sense" representation as it was so many years ago.