If you care about people and their health, then you should avoid using apocalyptic alarmism to stonewall discussions about alternative ways to help them.
American Health Care Act
The issue of pre-existing conditions is being distorted — often willfully, sometimes ignorantly — into a threat to all that is good and true.
Republicans seem to have settled on a health care plan that will appease the more conservative wing in the House.
Repeal Obamacare, and then get to work, step by step, on fixing health care.
Republicans are more focused on casting blame for their health-care bill's failure than on starting over with a better bill.
The Freedom Caucus is being unfairly scapegoated for the demise of the Republicans’ health-care bill.
Krauthammer’s Take: In the Fall, ‘Obamacare’s Problems Are Going to Really Come to the Surface Again’
The fall of the American Health Care Act is not the end of Republican attempts to undo Obamacare.
Reforms that nibble around the edges of the American health-care system aren't enough; we need a bolder reimagining of the system itself.
By focusing on the politics of who is to blame, the policy dimension of the bill's failure is mostly ignored.
So far Trump hasn’t created the change supporters hope for; GOP finger-pointing; and how social media breeds discontent.