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A hard fought fight for people on Medicare | Letters

With the high threat of the health care bill going into effect very soon, and what it will mean to those of us on Medicare, I would like to thank those who didn’t see what was happening, when they voted for the re-election of this person, who has decided to stick us, the seniors, with the bill and taking $716 billion out of Medicare to pay for his health care bill.

There is one person I would really like to thank for the hard fought fight against this health care bill, at least one that wouldn’t fall on the shoulders of the very people who will be hurt the most. Governor Mitt Romney is the only true American who really did care about the people in the United States of America.

I know this will never see the light of day, or should I say in print, in any newspaper in the United States, or any station not advocating this person and his health care bill. This will only be the beginning of what is yet to come, since he passed many bills that will tax all, 30, in all, when he had the chance, before the House was lost to the Republicans.

Patsy Gee, Federal Way


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