Nugent's reasoning falls apart with vote | Oct. 20 Dan DeWitt column
Reasonable votes and actions
Reasonable being defined as sound thought or judgement; good sense; the ability to reason.
It is reasonable for U.S. Rep. Rich Nugent and others to mount an effort to correct the unreasonable behavior of our federal government and vote "against" a budget that supports Obamacare, a law that moves thousands of employees from full time to part time employment status and is causing the stagnation and even contraction of many businesses trying to control overhead expenses, all in the midst of a disastrous economy.
After working through Mr. DeWitt's smoke-filled rhetoric, I find Mr. Nugent and his colleagues' votes and actions at the home of reasonableness.
Jerry M. Milby, Brooksville