Letters to editor logo 7-12-21

Editor, Casa Grande Dispatch:

Sen. Sinema, back before she got elected, supported allowing our medical representatives with Medicare to negotiate drug prices with big pharmaceutical companies. You know companies like those owned by the Sackler family.

She's been feted, greeted, massaged and gifted by those big pharmaceutical companies and now doesn't think it is fair to make that big corporate titan negotiate with that lowly civil servant acting for me. I'm sure she'll say she's always been consistent.

She supports democracy, but only if you get a supermajority of 60%. Trump got to govern with anything over 39. Of course, as long as there is a filibuster, nothing can get done, the contributions continue and she can build her stunning new culturally diverse wardrobe and wig rack.

And she is an improvement over her predecessor.

Bret Huggins



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Ralph Atchue

I agree with the writer - Sinema’s an improvement over her predecessor. That’s as far as I’m willing to go right now…

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