What it wouldn't do:
-It wouldn’t force anyone to buy insurance.
-It wouldn’t auto-enroll anyone in any plan.
-It wouldn’t reduce the tax break for employer-based insurance (aside from closing the tax loophole at the high end).
-It wouldn’t cost anywhere near the $2 trillion over a decade that Obamacare would cost.
-It wouldn’t undermine religious liberty.
What it will do:
-It would allow Americans to keep their current plan if they like it.
-It would solve the three core problems that called out for real reform even before the Democrats passed Obamacare:
* getting more people insured;
* dealing with the problem of preexisting conditions;
* and lowering costs.