Come on, GOP.
Women’s health, children’s health, and prenatal and infant health: you and I know that when you’re architecting a health bill, that the most difficult coverage (and the most important populations) would have to be with those who have the most difficult layers of health problems to cover, right? And the most difficulty paying for it on their own—whether they are single mothers or fathers?
Doctors know it.
The bankers and investors know it.
The politicians who campaign endlessly know it.
The GOP and the Democrats know it.
Communist nations know it.
Modern democracies know it.
You and I know it.
But the GOP wants to gut the very institutions that create a social fabric of safety nets for the very populations that cause men to live, work, and fight.
So what is the GOP’s play here?
And why, in a modern democracy and republic, can’t we all have comprehensive coverage?
What’s so important about money and keeping wealth at the top that we can’t have nice things for the rest of us?
Watch and report:
Here’s what you need to know about how women fare under the Republican healthcare plan. (Vox)
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