It’s not a matter of “free stuff,” it’s a matter of where can we the people get the most return for our investment?

Will our lives and our communities be better places if we invest more of our national treasure in universal health care, funding higher education for anyone who wants it and in general giving greater consideration to our societal health and well-being, or should we continue to invest it to create arms industry, health insurance and big pharma billionaires? It’s up to us. We’ll get what we pay for.

Kenneth Dunning

Mount Vernon

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