To the editor:
Craig Campbell complained about how the Obama administration makes empty threats against other countries, but makes, well, I couldn’t actually figure out what Campbell was claiming about health care.
He wrote: “It appears the only actual repercussions that the Obama administration is on those people who choose not to purchase for themselves of their employees.”
Granted, perhaps he inadvertently left something out of the sentence and it should have read, the only actual repercussions that the Obama administration (missing words) is on those people who choose not to...” On the other hand, since there has been absolutely no health care plan passed whatsoever, there certainly aren’t ANY actual repercussions from it, now are there?
Which makes Campbell’s claim about health care repercussions just as much “empty threats” as anything else he mentioned.
I sure wish people would stop being so afraid that ours, the richest country in the history of the world, can’t afford to make sure that all Americans have access to decent health care.
It kinda makes me want to be just as mean-spirited as those complainers, and hope complainers lose their employer-paid health insurance or their Medicare. And then really need it.
But I’m not that mean-spirited.