I keep asking this what is the Republican plan for the low income people, you can put this anyway you want but if some would qualify under the ACA Medicaid expansion and most generous subsidized exchange plan they cannot afford insurance without help. I'm disabled and do have the ability to make an income of around $8-10,000 a year my best income working the most I can, I opt not to since I need to qualify for charity care status in my state. Many disabled are in poverty if one checked the numbers and not all of us are able to do college level work, I can't, so that leave low wage options or self-employment usually also near the low wage scale.
For all the bluster and foot stomping it won't change the facts for people like myself to get routine care we need government help. I need a primary care provider even an LNP, insulin and blood testing supplies and proper care with certain medical issues and the reason I don't even if I worked maxing out my income I couldn't afford it. Many low income people are in my own situation we work and are law-abiding, do what we feel is right yet get zero consideration for health care until the ACA came along.
So what is the Republican Plan we have the ACA where is the "replace" for the repeal and replace, and will this help people like me the ones that will cost the system the most at some point.
I know its not perfect and needs work but even modest options here are better than nothing which is why I'm voting Democrat all the way in November.