You didn’t refute anything, nor did you make any points. All you did was make a personal attack.
Al Hartman
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I absolutely did not make a personal attack. I pointed out that she was not criticizing republican voters but instead republican legislators who passed this bill. I also criticized your stunted knowledge of what is in the bill. That is not a personal attack. I did not call you stupid; I said you are uninformed about this matter. This is evident from your insistence that she should be mad at the “insurance companies,” as though this bill that was just passed has nothing to do with insurance companies. It’s ridiculous. The bill directly impacts insurance companies, how they operate, what they can charge, etc.

Ever the victim, you keep insisting that she’s attacking you personally, and now you’re claiming that I am attacking you personally. Come on.

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