Yeah, kudos for trying to explain your position.
Wade Mason
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There is much that you do not see, Mr Mason. Here’s one thing: the Affordable Care Act (“…as we know it”. how does one “know” it other than as the law it is?!) was not a “compromise”. Not one Republican voted in favor of the bill(s). To describe Republican opposition as “demand[s]ed” seems disingenuous to me. To attribute to them the motive “to preserve the control of private sector of health insurance companies” is presumptuous, to say the least. No one or no institution controls any sector of the US economy, not even the federal government.

Your descriptions continue only to distort, divide, and confuse. Stop it, please.

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