This bill benefits the richest Americans the most--those who least need it, those who have the most discretionary income, and therefore those who have the most income from stock holdings and investments (also known as UNEARNED income, an appropriate label) and the biggest estates to hand on as inheritance. If you really believed in capitalism, I have always thought, you would also have to believe in 100% estate taxes--everybody starts from zero. That's a level playing field. Everybody lives on ONLY what they earn. But nobody believes in that. Now the Republicans have introduced another problem with this bill, though--elimination of the individual mandate, which is just another way to subvert the ACA. The rich, of course, don't need to worry about health care. And rich Republicans think they don't have to worry about health care for anybody else. This is all part of the partisan poison from the right: the bottom 98% are lazy takers unless they work for the super rich--for corporate "earnings," for the unearned income of "investors." I say let's not do this. I say the people who benefit most from the system owe the most to the system. I say to my rep Doug Lamalfa, if you're listening, think hard about how to serve ALL the people.