So now that the GOP have released an attempt at a new health care bill to "replace" the ACA...
its interesting to see what happens.
"It’s an unbelievably complex subject, nobody knew that health care could be so complicated.”
President Donald J Trump.
Trump promises his Obamacare replacement plan will cover everybody, report says
However it looks like this isn't going to happen. And that affordability will be a problem. And yet it seems that in the US there now seems to be a mindset among the majority that health care is entitled to all Americans... Now that's an enormous problem for the GOP plan....
"Americans have choices, and they've got to make a choice. So rather than getting that new iPhone that they just love and want to go spend hundreds of dollars on that, maybe they should invest in their own health care.
"They've got to make those decisions themselves," Chaffetz added
Rep. Larry Bucshon, R-Indiana, later said on "CNN Newsroom" that Chaffetz's comments were "unwarranted at this time."
"We don't want people to make choices in their life having to choose health care and leaving out other parts of their life that everyone else enjoys," Bucshon said.
When republicans are admitting that health care should be entitled to all Americans...you've achieved a break through. Obama's legacy is set...
By the way, people tweeted comparisons to the cost of their medical problems versus the cost of an iphone to Chaffetz. The cost of an iphone is inconsequential when compared to
A 2014 study examining the costs of surgery involving various types of cancer found average costs ranging from $14,161 to $56,587. The costs included admissions, readmissions, physician services and other costs (outpatient visits, hospice care, home health agencies or medical equipment).