Letter: Why is Tribune no longer defending ACA?

Published November 7, 2013 7:40 pm
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The Tribune editorial board is conspicuously quiet in its defense of the ACA now that beguiled Americans have learned we might not be able to keep our preferred health insurance in spite of the barrage of soothing presidential promises to the contrary.

One has to wonder whether Mr. Obama is inexcusably ignorant of his own key legislation or a shameless liar.

One also has to consider what other surprises are lurking as U.S. health care continues its inexorably intended march toward a single-payer system.

We have beguiled ourselves.

Richard Ewing Davis

Stansbury Park

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