Email letters, May 5, 2014

Thanks for visiting The Daily Sentinel

Subscribers and registered users, log in to continue reading for free*

Forgot your password?    

Register to read for free! Become a subscriber

* 7-day subscribers have unlimited access to online content.
Registered users may read 12 articles per month.


Commenting is not available in this channel entry.

Mr. Hugenberg:  If you would be so kind to add up your own numbers, you will find that you end up with a sum of 22.7 million who are claimed by you to having “obtained” coverage.

“At least” 7.5 million:  What is the ‘actual’ number?
“6+” million:  Again - what is the ‘actual’ number?
“1+” million:  Again - what is the ‘actual’ number?
“Some 8.2 million”:  Yet again - is this an “estimation”?

Here’s a number for you:  45 Million:  The number of “uninsured’s” in the U.S. that the Liar-in-Chief felt he “must do something about”.  The reason for the monstrosity that is the un-ACA.

Take those 22.7 million from 45 million, and you have 22.3 million, still “uninsured”, according to you and the Liar-in-Chief.  I’m not going to even mention all those folks to whom the Liar-in-Chief has granted “waivers”.  Well, I guess I already did mention them.  With your magic calculator, Mr Hugenberg - will those be ‘added’ or will they be ‘subtracted’ from the 45 million?  How about those who have not yet paid their premiums?  Are these numbers you have quoted chiseled in stone, or are they “best guesstimates”?  You quote numbers with ‘pluses’ but no ‘minuses’.  If it is “at least”, or a +, it has to be something over 7.5, 6. or 1. million.  What are the “actual” numbers?  Can you absolutely verify that all the people in your quoted numbers have paid for their coverage?  I didn’t think so - your numbers work just like Obummer’s numbers - mostly ‘bogus’ without proof.

if you like your healthcare you can keep your healthcare. What if you have Obamacare and you don’t like it? Thank you Mr. Zulian for competency for a change. Dear Bill, you did it again.;-)
not Mrs. Bright

There are now 6 running for Mesa County Sheriff. Steve King is NOT a “shoe-in” anymore. There are choices.  I have been ignored by media. Who knows why, since my candidacy is a change in the paradigm of a Sheriff candidate. But my run for Sheriff is real and serious. The “Republican” candidates are not the only choice. Even the Mesa County Deputy Sheriff Association recognizes that by extending an invitation to me for a candidate forum.  Thank you MSDSA.

Search More Jobs

734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Subscribe to print edition
Sign in to your account

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy