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What's at Stake with Trumpcare: Educational Resources from Social Media (and Other) Sources

Posted on the 23 March 2017 by William Lindsey @wdlindsy

What's at Stake with Trumpcare: Educational Resources from Social Media (and Other) Sources

From Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Jonathan Chait, "7 Charts Explain the Horrors of Trumpcare": 
Obamacare is financed with a combination of higher taxes on the rich and cuts to Medicare and health-care providers. The latter was highly unpopular, and the central target of Republican anti-Obamacare messaging. Republicans promised to repeal both sources of financing for the law. But they couldn’t make the numbers add up if they eliminated all the financing sources in Obamacare, so they left the spending cuts in place, and instead focused on repealing the part that Republicans in Washington hate the most: taxes on the rich. So the bill is built on a tax cut of about a trillion dollars over a decade that benefits the rich almost exclusively.

This chart from CBPP shows exactly who benefits from GOP "health" bill cuts for lower-income and middle-class people. Says it all, really.— Richard (RJ) Eskow (@rjeskow) March 23, 2017

The facts about #Trumpcare:— Maxine Waters (@MaxineWaters) March 22, 2017

Watching what's going down on health care makes clear it's not just Trump: the whole GOP has become utterly cynical and corrupt— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) March 23, 2017

Each of these seven graphics is more telling and eye-popping than the one before it.— Alec MacGillis (@AlecMacGillis) March 23, 2017

The AHCA would cut around 12% of the CDC's budget:— Brookings Econ (@BrookingsEcon) March 23, 2017

Why is every #prolife group in the country not screaming about a policy that cuts care to newborn babies, pregnant women and new moms?— Jill Filipovic (@JillFilipovic) March 23, 2017

Republicans are voting today on repealing the ACA. This is what that would mean— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) March 23, 2017

I'm at the Hill today covering Obamacare repeal. Yesterday, by coincidence, was my annual appointment at a cancer survivor clinic 1/— Patrick Caldwell (@patcaldwell) March 23, 2017

Trump margin in PA in 2016: 44,000. Pennsylvanians who’d lose Medicaid if ACA repealed: 670,000.— David Frum (@davidfrum) March 21, 2017

Frantic push to repeal Obamacare and install a Supreme Court justice during an FBI investigation isn't governing. It's a smash and grab.— Brandon Friedman (@BFriedmanDC) March 23, 2017

So much winning you'll get tired of winning— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) March 21, 2017

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