Reader’s view: Social programs at risk if Republicans winRepublicans hope to divide seniors from the rest of the population regarding Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
Republicans hope to divide seniors from the rest of the population regarding Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
It’s not either/or, though; we can have both. President Obama wants everyone to have health care.
The day after Romney suggested 47 percent of Americans were freeloaders, he said he was for 100 percent of the people. Really?
In the first debate the president was stunned almost speechless by the master of deceit he encountered. Romney won’t be specific on issues because if we found out his real plans, we wouldn’t vote for him.
I’m terrified that if the Republicans are elected they’ll destroy every social program the Democratic Party has worked so hard for, including Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid, a program more than 70 percent of seniors use when they need nursing care.
How can any thinking person vote for a candidate like Romney, who doesn’t seem to know what he stands for from one minute to the next?
I believe the Republican Party doesn’t care who its candidates are as long as they bow down to Karl Rove, Rush Limbaugh, Mitch McConnell and the Koch brothers, as they’d be the ones running the country.
Shirley A. Savoy