Unfortunate facts

Tom Reed

Tom listened to the thoughts and concerns of hundreds of local residents at his town hall meetings on February 18.–Tom Reed

Today is a great victory for the American people. We are finally on the path to fixing our broke and broken health care system. The AHCA upholds protections for pre-existing conditions and the expansion of Medicaid, which help our most vulnerable populations.  –Rep. Tom Reed

Unfortunate facts:

  • It is very difficult to defeat an entrenched incumbent.
  • Many NY-23 voters will vote for the Republican candidate no matter what.
  • Lies and alternative facts may serve Tom better than truth.
  • It is no surprise that Tom voted for AHCA; he has been a bitter enemy of Obamacare all along.
  • Hundreds of disappointed and angry constituents have commented on Tom Reed’s facebook page, but tens of thousands of votes are needed to defeat him.
  • If Tom should run in 2018 and not be reelected, there is always the family business–medical bill collection.
  • Defeating ACA to protect his business was likely Tom’s goal from the beginning.

Tom may be ready to retire from Congress now; if he went back to bill collecting, he would no longer need to spend time in the Capitol every other week or so.



About whungerford

* Contributor at NewNY23rd.com where we discuss the politics, economics, and events of the New New York 23rd Congressional District (Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, (Eastern) Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben,Tioga, Tompkins, and Yates Counties) Please visit and comment on whatever strikes your fancy.
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2 Responses to Unfortunate facts

  1. Amber says:

    He is such a bottom feeder. Do you have a Twitter account? Would love to follow & spread the word. We definitely have to get a good democrat candidate who can win over NY23 in 2018.


  2. whungerford says:

    We don’t, but you can follow us at @WilliamHungerfo


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