Assuming your serious.So someone explain the logic to me. Obama says we needs to completely makeover the American healthcare system
Only in the land of left wing lunatics does that make sense.
Here's why your expressed concerns are the result of Right Wing hyperbole and not relevant in the real world.
First - the AHCA has no effect on the 95% of Americans with insurance now as they are insured under group policies that qualify under the AHCA.
So immediately 95% of those with insurance are not included in your concern. Employers are not requires to make any changes, unless the group insurance they provide is so insufficient it fails to qualify as reasonable coverage. That has never been a substantial problem as group coverages are almost always reasonable in scope.
As to the 5% of Americans currently carrying some form of insurance,(whether legitimate coverage or "Junk" policies.")
Next- every year millions of Americans with private insurance plans have those plans canceled for a multitude of reasons. It happens every year and nobody got excited. Last year millions of people also had their automobile insurance canceled when they switched from Allstate to State Farm.
So immediately millions of people whose plans are canceled would have been canceled anyway --- but here's the great part - before these people could not have replaced the overage because of pre-existing conditions or in insurability - and now they can.
They can replace the insurance that would have been canceled anyway, leaving them without coverage, with a qualified policy that doesn't exclude pre-existing conditions.
That's a good thing.
Next - millions of the policies being canceled are canceled because they are not real insurance coverage that actually provide enough insurance to keep us taxpayers from footing the bill when these people need medical care. Think "cancer" policies and "payment per day" policies, and policies that don't cover known medical conditions, and "catastrophic" policies with huge deductibles.
These policies are a waste of money and cause us responsible Americans to again pay the medical bills for those with insufficient insurance. Think of a automobile liability policy with a $10K limit when a car crash can easily cause millions in damages.
It's a good thing that "pretend" insurance is replaced by real, substantive, actual coverage.
Yes, there will be millions of Americans who either still cannot afford to buy insurance - but they can't now anyway, and there will be millions of Americans who choose to remain deadbeat parasites, demanding we responsible Americans pay their medical bills for them.
The AHCA will help many of those who cannot afford to buy insurance without help to buy the coverage they need, by subsidizing their purchase of insurance.
This doesn't cost money - it saves us money- because we provide these people medical care now at the ER, Hospitals, and Clinics in the most inefficient and expensive way possible.
It's cheaper to help them but real insurance, which saves money for taxpayers and lowers the deficit.
Both are good things.
The AHCA will also tax the deadbeats and use those tax funds to help pay the medical costs the deadbeats dump on us responsible Americans.
Another good thing.
Forcing freeloading deadbeats to pay their own way - a true "Conservative" idea.
Those are just plain facts.
Attack all you want, but if you do you are simply revealing your complaints are irrational.