The Good News About The Better Care Reconciliation Act

there is in fact one good thing about legislation that forces low- and middle-income Americans to spend significantly more for less healthcare coverage.

As America now waits for the Congressional Budget Office to score the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the secretive Senate Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with something that only benefits the sick and wealthy, there is at least one good thing we already know about the bill. My extensive, common sense analysis:

It gives you yet another reason to get off the sidelines and get politically active.

We live in the wealthiest and most powerful country on earth. We easily have the ability to take care of all of our citizens. We can and we must do way better than this merciless bill that is only leading to scenes like this:

Call your Senator. Tell them to vote no.