Job Creators Network on Debate: Democrats’ Push on Healthcare Shows Need for New Personalized Healthcare Plan

Press ReleaseSeptember 12, 2019

Washington, DC (September 12, 2019) – Tonight, ABC hosted a debate between 10 Democrats running for President.

Alfredo Ortiz, President and CEO of the Job Creators Network (JCN) released the following statement.

“During tonight‘s debate there were barely any references to the economy. That’s probably because the candidates know their message of a nation in fiscal decline is falling flat. Instead, Democrats pushed hard on healthcare. Between the aggressive socialism of ‘Medicare for All’ or the less obvious socialism of the ‘public option’ both plans represent major government intervention in our healthcare system and an exacerbation of the problems with Obamacare. The more than one-third of small business owners that had to drop coverage for their employees because of rising costs were no doubt let down by tonight’s lack of practical healthcare solutions.

JCN is working with physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals to create a new personalized healthcare plan. We are doing something that has never been done before. We are taking politicians out of the process and devoting extensive market research to create a new plan that puts patients first, expands choice, and lowers costs – in other words, the exact opposite of what the Democrats want to do. Their far-left agenda on healthcare, taxes, the minimum wage, and other key issues must be strenuously opposed and the Trump administration’s pro-growth policies must be vigorously supported.”