Senate republicans introduced another health care plan to replace the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), and if you are keeping count that is plan number 3, including the House plan.
So what have we learned from these republican plans to replace Obamacare?
Well, republicans seem to not give a damn about poor people being able to afford healthcare, and they don’t really care about keep campaign promises.
Throughout Trump’s campaign he said he would not make cuts to Medicaid
But President Trump celebrated the House health care plan; The American Health Care Act (AHCA) in the White House Rose Garden when the House passed its plan. A plan that included approximately $834 billion in cuts to Medicaid
What happened President Trump?
What happened to republicans promising to lower deductibles and premiums?
In the beginning of the year on Face the Nation, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talked about the status quo being “unacceptable” with premiums and deductibles being too high. The problem is that healthcare plans from both the House and Senate fail to address what they have promised. And they lead to more Americans being without health insurance. Their plans offer cheap programs that will allow insurers to deny coverage due to pre-existing conditions while deductibles remain high.
How does these plans offered by Republicans Make America Great Again???
What’s so great about making it more difficult for the less fortunate to receive affordable health care?
If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!