If Democrats cared about good government, heck if Republicans did either – they would find the low viewership of the six presidential primary debates to date with alarm. What's driving the limited value of these presidential debates? The media.
Contrast the national median income for a family of four -- $55,775 -- against the average bureaucrat or congressional or presidential staffer, who earns twice what the average American family does (members of Congress earn 3.2 times their average constituent), and the picture becomes clear. They can't possibly understand the daily life of the average American. In this context, the GOP proposal to "repeal and replace Obamacare" makes perfect sense. From their cushy perch -- $16000 a year for health insurance is not such a big number.
Healthcare is 20 percent of the United States economy. It impacts each and every American. It's a huge problem and it can only be solved through a bi-partisan debate in full view of the American people. The GOP bill does nothing to address the health care affordable crisis: It does nothing to reduce the cost of health insurance because it does nothing to change the underlying healthcare cost crisis. It does nothing to reduce the employer-based premium increases triggered by Centers of Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Obamacare mandates.