The Senate health care bill got the chalkboard treatment on today's "Glenn." Glenn Beck went over the good aspects of the bill with the Think Tank.
The individual mandate has been repealed, which means no citizen will be forced to buy a product they don't want. The various taxes included in the Affordable Care Act have also been repealed. The current bill also introduces what Glenn called "real Medicaid reforms."
Under the ACA, Medicaid enrollment went up among people who are not necessarily the most vulnerable, which is the population the program was intended to address. Under the Senate bill, Medicaid would remain a program for those who truly need it.
Statistically, lives have not actually been saved by the ACA, so the Senate version, logically, will not destroy any.