The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has scored the Republicans' plan to junk the health care reform law. Guess what? Their plan will add $230 billion to the federal deficit over the next decade, leave 32 million Americans without health insurance by the end of the decade and mean "insurance that is less comprehensive, less available, and in many cases more expensive."
H'ray fiscal conservatism! And never mind the whole "replace" part of their "repeal and replace" promise.
It's almost like Republicans don't have, and haven't had, a real plan for making health care more affordable and accessible.