Letter: We didn’t ask for a national health care law
I am so tired of congressional officials saying we can’t shut down government just because a law (Obamacare) isn’t right.
Well, we didn’t ask for a national health care law, but some politicians felt they would gain more votes by giving us a bill that House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said we had to pass in order to know what’s in it – then we found out it isn’t properly written.
Now, why can’t they set the law aside until it’s right? After all, we elected them to make sure laws are right.
Our founders said all laws must be simple enough for the common man to read. They also said Congress shall never be exempt from any laws.
Time to elect those who will make laws not to get re-elected but rather for the good of the country.
HARRIET E. CADY