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Peterson on health care: Switch on abortion too?

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Although a conservative, I have supported Rep. Colin Peterson as our U.S. congressman for the past 16 years due to his unwavering support to the "pro-life" effort.

Today, June 22, Peterson's office staffers stated that since a bad law (health care insurance scam) was enacted, Peterson is behind it.

The health care insurance scam claims a number of, in reality, falsehoods and has major flaws such as:

E It claims to provide protection for pre-existing conditions, however, since there is no price control, all insurance providers need to do price out of the buyer's range, thus showing the law's impotency.

E The scam controls intrastate commerce and claims its authority from interstate commerce. Nevertheless, intrastate commerce belongs to the states and the people, whereas, interstate commerce belongs to the federal government. As a result, the insurance violates state's and people's civil rights.

E The health care scam also mandates those who do not want insurance to purchase insurance regardless of their wants and/or needs which forces young adults, on the lower end of the pay scale, to purchase something they cannot afford.

How Peterson believes he can glean gems in the health care insurance scam is strikingly similar to the behavior of Bart Stupak (Arnold) who voted to ignore his constituents in favor of a worthless executive order as a president cannot make law.

With Peterson's staffers now claiming that since this bad law is law, Peterson must now support it and not sign on to repeal it applies the suggestion of a new Peterson tactic to support Roe vs. Wade, since Roe is now law, Peterson must now support it by using his same tactic he now applies to the health care scam. Peterson must be suggesting that we cannot tamper with the evil ruling which this insurance scam is now an extension to by its requirement that all Americans be mandated to pay for genocide of the unborn.

Patricia Gould

Bemidji

Although a conservative, I have supported Rep. Colin Peterson as our U.S. congressman for the past 16 years due to his unwavering support to the "pro-life" effort.

Today, June 22, Peterson's office staffers stated that since a bad law (health care insurance scam) was enacted, Peterson is behind it.

The health care insurance scam claims a number of, in reality, falsehoods and has major flaws such as:

- It claims to provide protection for pre-existing conditions, however, since there is no price control, all insurance providers need to do price out of the buyer's range, thus showing the law's impotency.

- The scam controls intrastate commerce and claims its authority from interstate commerce. Nevertheless, intrastate commerce belongs to the states and the people, whereas, interstate commerce belongs to the federal government. As a result, the insurance violates state's and people's civil rights.

- The health care scam also mandates those who do not want insurance to purchase insurance regardless of their wants and/or needs which forces young adults, on the lower end of the pay scale, to purchase something they cannot afford.

How Peterson believes he can glean gems in the health care insurance scam is strikingly similar to the behavior of Bart Stupak (Arnold) who voted to ignore his constituents in favor of a worthless executive order as a president cannot make law.

With Peterson's staffers now claiming that since this bad law is law, Peterson must now support it and not sign on to repeal it applies the suggestion of a new Peterson tactic to support Roe vs. Wade, since Roe is now law, Peterson must now support it by using his same tactic he now applies to the health care scam. Peterson must be suggesting that we cannot tamper with the evil ruling which this insurance scam is now an extension to by its requirement that all Americans be mandated to pay for genocide of the unborn.

Patricia Gould

Bemidji

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