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Letter: Headline on Thomas Sowell in newspaper was incorrect

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Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014 12:00 am

In one of your opinion page columns by Thomas Sowell, a few months ago ( I don’t know the exact date) you have his column titled “Obamacare is a high risk low yield investment.” But if anybody cared to read the entire column, they would see for themselves that is not what he said.

What Mr. Sowell actually said was “the time, effort and credibility that Republicans are investing in trying to defund Obamacare is a high risk, low yield investment.” Sounds like two entirely different meanings.

So what part of what he actually said do you not understand? Or is the News-Sentinel deliberately trying to misquote what Mr. Sowell actually said? I get the feeling your newspaper is right-wing biased. So much for the so-called “liberal media” in Lodi.

John Cooper

Lodi

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