Niagara Gazette


November 13, 2013

DELUCA: Health care had to be fixed


Niagara Gazette —

If you have shopped for health insurance the past few years, you know it has been running, on average, about $12,000 a year for an individual. That's about a thousand dollars a month. These days, on the exchange, it's less than half that price. Still too high, but at least it's something.

Who can honestly say that's a bad thing?   

To those fussing out there about how bad "ObamaCare," is, I challenge you to go ahead and come up with a better plan.   

Somebody needs to fix health care now. Until then — if you want to make our president look bad for your own political gains — please find another way to do it.  



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