The bill expanded Medicaid in all 50 states, massively funded rural community healthcare clinics, and provided publicly funded premium supports for private insurance purchasers. One was wrecked by the Supreme Court, the other by a Republican House. So take your clucking uniformed sanctimony and shove it back up your own.
Oh, and before you holler at me again, you are speaking to a person who has a pre-existing condition (Type 1 diabetes) and knows well what it means to go without insurance. I keep my mouth shut on that issue whenever you throw your health needs at me because I like to focus on legislation and policy with respect to healthcare, which I know a lot about as a matter of profession. I have watched moronic, uniformed arguments drive conversations over one aspect of a bill without even considering how clucking stupid they are. If Obama wanted the so-called Heritage Plan and to sell you out, he wouldn’t have forced insurers to accept 5-1 patient ratio bands. Zero insurers wanted that and the Trump administration is actively seeking workarounds for it. But let’s ignore that because it doesn’t fit into our neat sellout narrative! Cluck!