Your Views Saturday, Oct. 17

Your Views Saturday, Oct. 17

Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks at a news conference in April. [AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki] Oklahoma doesn’t need privatized Medicaid Regarding “Plan to privatize Medicaid faces opposition” (News, Oct. 12): If Medicaid is privatized, we won’t be able to get coverage on some medical procedures needed because that would take profits away from the privatized Medicaid company. A perfect example is the Epic Charter Schools, which allegedly overcharged taxpayers millions of dollars. The first thing Gov. Kevin Stitt did when he took office was to appoint a CEO over Oklahoma. Isn’t he supposed to be the CEO of Oklahoma? Next he wanted to put an office in Washington, D.C., to be sure Oklahoma was represented. Isn’t that why we have two elected senators in the U.S. Senate? What other scam does Stitt have up his sleeves to line his and his cronies’ pockets with taxpayer dollars? We Okies are not stupid. We do not need another politician getting rich off our money. Gerald P. Sawyer, Del City America’s hidden underbelly has been exposed The past three years have given the world an up-close view of the mostly hidden ugly underbelly that exists in America. Although greed, and the obsession with power and control, have always been well-known fibers of America, the deeply rooted ideological rabbit hole of ignorance, intolerance, graft, anti-intellectualism, absence of character, honor, integrity and blatant racism that exist among millions of Americans may not have been as well known. This group has had their rocks removed and given […]

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