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Where’s the Affordable Health Care Act opposition?

November 17, 2012
Daily Press

EDITOR:

I'm glad the election is over and the only honest man won, big time.

I need an answer to what I believe is a strange anomaly. Someone please help me understand how most Republicans who are anything in their party and certain news agencies, television and radio, would tell Americans that most Americans, in some cases 60-75 percent, were against the Affordable Health Care Act (aka Obamacare).

The chief backer of

that legislation was Barack Obama, the president who was overwhelmingly reelected. Where were all these people who were against the Affordable Health Care Act on election day? Were they abducted, forgot to vote, or check marked the wrong box, or maybe, just maybe, misinformed by some news agencies? Anxiously awaiting some reasonable explanation.

Bob Archambeau

Cape Coral, Fla

 
 

 

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