Have you skipped a week of important news, such as the convention of Democrats, not Republicans?
How blatant can you be ignoring the opening day of the convention in Charlotte, N.C.?
Your prejudice is really showing, for shame!
Editor’s note: I believe the Democrats’ convention began Tuesday, Sept. 4. I received your letter on Tuesday afternoon. I believe we’ll have something in the Sept. 5-6 editions. We prefer to wait until the convention actually begins before reporting on the events.
DaytonCare in offing?
Gov. Mark Dayton has spent $28.5 million already planning his own Health Insurance Exchange. Now he wants another $42.5 million.
In an Aug. 23 letter to legislative leaders, he said he will share his plan with them — but not until after the election. That’s right, he and the DFL want to keep this plan hidden behind closed doors until after you have voted.
To request $73 million in public money to build a project for the public should require those seeking the money give their taxpayers regular, detailed and timely updates about what they are getting for their $73 million.
I think this is unacceptable. Gov. Dayton should share details of his exchange plan with voters prior to the 2012 election.
This plan sounds very much like ObamaCare is morphing into DaytonCare.
Voters deserve to know to what extent Gov. Dayton intends to hand off government control to bureaucrats in his exchange. Then we can make an informed choice in the voting booth.
When is enough, enough?
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he loves this country. He wants to help the American people.
How does putting your money in tax havens overseas, shipping jobs overseas, using tax loopholes that only the rich are able to use to avoid as much tax as possible help the American people?
He says he wouldn’t be fit to be president if he didn’t do all these things. Who pays for all these benefits he receives? The American people are paying for this.
I would like to know how this is helping the American people. I call it greed, not love or help.
How much money does a persons need? When is enough, enough?