Category Archives: Letters to the Editor
To the Editor of The New York Times: [In re: “Justices to Hear Two Challenges on Gay Marriage” 12/8/12] Mr. Brown of the National Organization for Marriage has it exactly backwards in claiming, “What’s at stake is whether the Constitution … Continue reading
To the Editor: Governor Romney reminded us all that these are “uncertain” times. No doubt he figured that this would prove him the perfect candidate right now, since his say-anything plans and policies are nothing if not uncertain.
To the Editor: Paul D. Ryan’s touting of Mitt Romney’s wonderful record of bipartisan cooperation with the 87 percent Democratic Massachusetts Legislature when he was governor gives credit to the wrong party. The applause should go to the Democratic Legislature, … Continue reading
To the Editor: Once again, Mr. Romney has revealed himself as the quintessential character who was born on third base and thinks he hit a triple. Speaking with great self-satisfaction to a roomful of people whose fortunes have almost certainly … Continue reading
To the Editor: In “Beyond Obamacare” (Steven Rattner, NYT 9/17/12) we once again read a prescription for healing America’s mortally ill healthcare “system” that totally ignores the issue of physicians’ ordering hundreds of billions of dollars worth of totally unnecessary … Continue reading
From: Cohn, Linda [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 5:24 PM To: ‘Eliot Daley’ Subject: LETTER TO NY TIMES/health/Daley To the Editor: Your editorial (“Health Care and the Deficit”) focuses mainly on attempts to reallocate payment shares to prop up … Continue reading