Letter to editor: Pelosi’s tone changes on health care


Remember that Nancy Pelosi said, “We must pass it to see what’s in it,” just before Obamacare was brutally rammed down our throats … before it was read and understood.
Now that Republicans are the majority, her tone has changed dramatically regarding the passage of the new proposed medical coverage plan. She is now saying that the new medical plan proposal must be read before it is passed. What hypocrisy!
Her general mindset reflects the general thinking of her electorate and also very adequately explains in general why California has been in such a financial and general mess for so long. Yup, the old “Birds of a feather flock together” rule is right on the money here. In retrospect, one cannot help but wonder if its creators purposely designed Obamacare so that it most certainly would fail.
After all, they are smart people and Bill Clinton did say that it was the craziest thing he’d ever seen. Then, after it had crashed, guess what?
The government would have stepped in and took over and financed the whole thing. That’s right, government control. That would have then pretty much wrapped us up under completed socialistic/communistic control. I say this because our press and educational system are already pretty much in the bag. The one survivor would have been free speech … and that was being eroded also. Our envious enemies know full well that we cannot be defeated militarily and must be conquered/defeated from within. Refer to what happened to the old and once mighty Roman Empire. Same thing. Thank you President Trump.

— Bill Tennant, Sun City West

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