Annette John-Hall goes to tea country and meets someone who believes that wanting reasonable health care is forbidden because it’s not in the Constitution (not to mention that all they had back then were country doctors who often were worse than the disease):
The president has assured that people like her wouldn’t have to change their coverage under the new bill. Marino wasn’t having it.
“I don’t believe that,” she said.
“I just don’t,” she said.
He’s been in office only nine months. You’re saying you don’t believe him, our president?
“Yes. I’m saying I do not trust him,” Marino replied, without elaborating.
I have to wonder whether she would not “just not trust him” if he were pink like me.