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People who despise 'profits' should live in a country without them

To The Daily Sun,

K. Hammond of Concord, a "new voice" in town and old washtub banger Bernadette Loesch responded to my letter relating to United Health Care's huge loss of $475 million in 2015 providing Obamacare policies while projecting losses in 2016 of over $500 million.

They represent the new face of panhandling, pandering, socialism in America. They are the new vermin, like locusts demanding to eat everything in sight others built and worked hard for. They are the new DNA of three blind mice, the new disciples of Barack Obama's theory of economics, where profits are evil and strong profits need to be criminalized, while the prosperity that emanates only from business profits, jobs and wages are to be demonized. Exemplified perfectly by the letters of these two idiots. All while massive, debt creating welfare to be paid for by our kids and dependence on others in society are to be embraced.

JFK must be doing grave rolls reading these two socialist-huggers. Remember his immortal words: it isn't "what your country can do for you, (it is) what you can do for your country." Their letters urinates all over JFK's philosophy.

For these people, what they can do for their country exists nowhere in their mind. It is only about one thing for them, what the hell can their neighbor across the street, their neighbor across the town and the "patsy "across the country can give to them. The only word these two understand is "free."

They are not interested is investing, risking, or creating which is the golden goose that underpins prosperity. They just want stuff given to them. They want it now. They really don't care who is harmed in the process. They always have the "Bernie fairy tale," it comes from the "rich." Tell that to the millions of young, lower-middle class families getting financially steamrolled paying Obamacare premiums while simultaneously staring down the shotgun barrel of $10,000 in deductibles.

Socialists and profit haters expend all their time and energy trying to "game" the public system for their own best interests at the expense of someone else. If K. Hammond and Bernadette Loesch detest profits and the capitalist model that produces profits, socialist Greece beckons, as does Cuba and Russia. If either of them can't pay for a ticket to any one of those places, I will buy a one-way ticket for each of them out of my "profits."

I sincerely want them to be happy. People who despise profits and capitalism should experience first hand what life is like in counties where there are "no profits."

The working-class middle are already getting their guts ripped out funding government subsidies in Obamacare. None of these wasted billions have stopped Obama health insurance premiums from exploding higher with projections again for double digit increases next year. The Obamacare heath insurance model is a piece of absolute garbage. The depth of that "trash" is being exposed by every insurer participating on the exchanges. Now, the "new voice" and the old washtub-banger want business, in the name of United Health care and dozens of other providers who are also losing their butts doing the "Obamacare kabuki dance" to subsidize endless, billions more in losses to cover up the economic failure and farce embedded in Obamacare.
Tony Boutin

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GOP 'debate' was just a farce, look the word up in the dictionary

To The Daily Sun,
As I watched the GOP "debate" (more akin to a slugfest) last night I was wondering when the candidates would get around to discussing Flint, Michigan, Gov. Snyder and the lead poisoning disaster. Wait for it, didn't happen.
This latest group of "debaters" were more interested in Obama bashing (so what else is new) and fear mongering (so what else is new). Most of all they made sure to let us know (in a nutshell-pun intended): I'm better than you. You have no knowledge. You aren't ready for office. You don't know jack. You don't govern a state. You haven't balanced a budget. You, you, you, you.
Oh, and lest you think I've forgotten Trump, not really; interestingly enough, he mainly kept very quiet during some of the crucial discussions. It was very glaring to see that he doesn't possess the in-depth knowledge needed when it involves the working of government or for that matter the legislative process.
Trump also let us know that he asked for tickets to this "debate" in order for his supporters to be present. He says he was told that the audience was to consist of people who have contributed "big time" to the GOP!
Can you spell F A R C E?! Dictionary definition: a foolish or meaningless show, ridiculous sham, mockery.

Bernadette Loesch


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