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ObamaCare's grim reality

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The editorial “ObamaCare: Oregon's horror story” (July 1 and TribLIVE.com) is right on. But unfortunately, Oregon's and California's horror stories will become a national horror story before ObamaCare can be scrapped.

We shall at least have the well-documented reality of ObamaCare, rather than its promises.

When the time comes to recover, in addition to the litany of disasters, we must not forget the lack of correct principles and the big-government ideology responsible for the disasters.

Richard E. Ralston

Newport Beach, Calif.

The writer is executive director of Americans for Free Choice in Medicine (afcm.org).

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