Star Publisher H. Brandt Ayers' column far surpasses the rhetoric of President Obama's speeches. You are to be applauded, sir, your article stands alone, and that is as it should be.
I, along with many other senior citizens, have scaled the mountain of life and time, reached the peak and now are on the downside of the mountain with the valley in plain view. The health-care program will certainly hasten my descent down the mountain, especially with an end-of-life counselor waiting for me, along with a funeral director. The health-care program as proposed is a disaster foisted upon the public with nary a senator nor member of Congress willing to give up their current health-care program and join the one the Democrats tout as a be-all for everyone but them.
I wonder why. Is it because the public taxpayers' trough they feed at may be not so full? Talk about leading by example, you've got to be kidding. One way or another, by hook or by crook, Obama and his cohorts will ram this so-called health-care program down the citizens' throats, take it or leave it, regardless that the majority of taxpaying citizens oppose it.
The president may sleep soundly while the best of the best are fighting and dying in far-off lands, the nation is in disrepair and morally bankrupt, illegal immigrants are given more benefits than generational Americans, there is proposed end-of-life counseling, rampant crime and defense attorneys one step below evolution (show me the money), the ACLU Actually Can Litigate Unhindered, and patriotism and fellowship are scoffed at and demeaned. Nancy Pelosi, no comment, Mr. Ayers. You got her, you keep her.
Mr. Ayers, I wish you health and happiness along with low medical bills.
T.J. Summers Sr.