Democrats and health care
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If you don’t believe that health care is the largest business in Alabama (and probably in most states), just visit any health facility on any weekday and watch the number of individuals, of all ages, seeking care.

Believe it or not, some patients don’t fall into the category of the forgotten 47 percent that Gov. Mitt Romney is not concerned about, but they still need Affordable Health Care. False reasoning that the Affordable Care Act legislation is a bad thing is plain political chicanery.

Many residents in the Red States will use reasoning when it comes to their health and will vote the Democratic ticket. Many others will find it impossible to help themselves because of their political ideology. There is a possibility that there may be a surprise count of voters in the Democratic column on Nov. 7 where voters realize that their welfare is far more important than staying with the party label. Don’t bet the farm on it, but it could happen.

Lindsey Ray
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