Another Response To A Constituent

Hello, REDACTED

I don’t do form letters.

Bottom line for me is that this legislation should be totally repealed.

It asks, and sets up, way too much for every one of us, even if we do have health coverage through our employer.

I am quite sure you remember this all started over 47 million people estimated to not have any such coverage.

Then, after a lot of squabble over this including illegal aliens, that number dropped to 30 million.

But Congress decided, in their back rooms, to develop a 2,700+ page bill that would change everything for the entire country.

Just because of 10 percent of our population “needing” coverage.

Never mind the fact that, buried in that bill, was a tyrannical approach demanding that we (if we didn’t/don’t have coverage) would have to pay a fine and or serve jail time if we fail to purchase a product the federal government says we absolutely must have.

This the first time in the history of our country that the federal government placed such a demand on its entire population.

I don’t know about you, but I do not serve a King in this United States. And I will not.

Speaker Pelosi insulted our intelligence by telling us we had to pass the bill to find out what is in it.

This is not how Congress is supposed to do business.

And that – is why I am in this race. To replace a Democrat rubber stamp that serves no purpose other than to bend the will of The People to her (their) way of thinking.

I won’t stand for it any longer. I am through complaining to the television and radio.

Thank you for asking.

Sincerely,

Daniel McAndrew

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