I think it was a very bad idea to vote for Trump regardless if he represents "anti-establishment" (not really; he is a political outsider, but he's still enriched by Goldman Sachs and other billionaires so he isn't as "anti-establishment" as you think). He's acting on his wishes to hate women, just look at how he's going to defund Planned Parenthood and redefine rape, c-sections, sexual assault, domestic abuse, etc. as "pre-existing conditions" and then let insurances decide to remove coverage from those with pre-existing conditions. Trump is also wanting to cut funding from fields you major in (science and health) because they promote things he doesn't like, as he already attempted a $1.2 billion cut for the NIH... Anyhow, welcome to RationalWiki! We really don't like Trump, I know I don't like it. --It's-a me, LeftyGreenMario!(Mod) 20:57, 5 May 2017 (UTC)
- Planned Parenthood does abortions, but it's more accurate to call it general women's care (like exams, prenatal care, that stuff). Abortions are only a small part of the picture, but opponents like the focus on the abortion part as if it's the only thing they do. Anyhow, I think I was wrong about the whole pre-existing condition thing from the AHCA, as it's more complicated than what media describes it. --It's-a me, LeftyGreenMario!(Mod) 21:18, 6 May 2017 (UTC)
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