The replacement is a poor excuse for a plan, rushed because of the need for something (if the ACA is repealed), and crippled by a partisan desire to create distance from the ACA. The ACA does not need to be repealed; it needs to be amended based on real data. The problems have been blown out of proportion, misattributed, and at times issues have been declared which do not exist. The health and well-being of the citizenry is not a partisan game to be played with such reckless abandon. You serve the people, and I implore you to listen to their voices and always keep their best interests at the forefront of your decision making. It is the right thing to do.