LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let Obamacare die natural death

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We have seen that one bailout after another has cost Americans dearly. That is why I oppose any bailout of insurance companies by the president, his administration or Congress.

If Obamacare is the great program they claim it to be, then no subsidy is needed. If it is a failure, we should let it fail on its own.

The insurance companies lobbied for this law, so if they lose money on it, that is their problem. They, not the American people, should suffer the loss.

SEAN MORAN

Herndon

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