I respect his decision more than that of all the Republicans who said "Well, I don't like it - but I'm going to vote for it and hope it gets fixed in the reconciliation process with the House."
What Otis said. They just want to repeal it for the sake of repealing it. They can repeal it when they have something better to replace it.
The Affordable Care Act needs some focused attention to fix some of the issues that have been shown to need additional attention.
But to use an analogy, fixing the ACA is like a performing a heart transplant---you can't just remove the damaged heart and then insert the the transplant heart at a later, unspecified date.
One has to remove what is defective and insert a meaningful fix immediately.
Yes, I support his vote. And perhaps Trump will understand now how McCain has always been a hero, even when captured in war---not because of his vote, but for his integrity and conscience.
The republicans have waisted so much time trying to get rid of aca but really have yet to come up with anything better
You would think Republicans would have an actual plan by now, considering how much they complain about ACA being "broken".