The 109th letter: people don’t die fast enough

Dear Governor Haslam:

This is my 109th letter to you.

A cynical friend wrote me:

“The Republicans think they somehow save money by not giving everyone health insurance.  All a they really do is pass the bills to someone else.  What the state doesn’t pay local communities must.  You see people without insurance have a bad habit of not dying quick enough to make a difference.”

Later he added:  “We suffer from a curious inability to realize that the refusal to pay for the cost of smaller problems almost always leaves you with the consequences of larger problems.”

Kind of “solve me now or suffer me later….”

Expand Tenn Care…..Don’t solve a problem by waiting to see if it becomes a bigger one.  I can tell you now.  Without action by you it will.  Act now.

Until tomorrow.

Yours truly,

Larry Drain

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