One more time, not what I'm arguing. What I said is that it can be two things.
Can you find the profound differences between the ACA and the Ryan proposal that just fell?
Sure, let me google that for you. But my favourite is the CBO report:
The Congressional Budget Office on Monday projected that the House leadershipâ(TM)s American Health Care Act would result in 24 million Americans losing their health insurance while raising premiums for those covered on the individual market. Their bill would lower federal deficits by $337 billion over 10 years, largely as a result of cuts to Medicaid that would reduce its enrollment by 14 million, according to the estimate. Average premiums would rise by as much as 20 percent in 2018 and 2019 before falling in later years.
Wow, exactly the same!
Just because the mandate is gone doesn't mean the industry will be making any less money, indeed it accelerates their ability to make money in several important ways.
Something else we're not arguing about...
24 million people are now buying health care on the market because the law says they have to.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. You. Didn't. Even. Try.
I already laid out exactly why the ACA was the bill that the GOP wanted
Nope, you just made assertions without proof. If that's the standard you have for "laid out exactly", I'm gladdened you're not a schoolteacher.