The GOP ignored health care reform for the 20 out of last 28 years it was running things.Back when Clinton was trying to create a Single Payer health care system, Stuart Butler of the Heritage Foundation proposed a conservative alernative. It proposed a mandate for all Americans to buy health insurance from private insurers, with subsidies for the poor. Sound familiar? ;^) To quote Butler:“Mandate all households to obtain adequate insurance. Many states now require passengers in automobiles to wear seatbelts for their own protection. Many others require anybody driving a car to have liability insurance. But neither the federal government nor any state requires all households to protect themselves from the potentially catastrophic costs of a serious accident or illness. Under the Heritage plan, there would be such a requirement.”Butler has done an about face now that his plan has been made law. Rather than repealing, why don’t conservatives try to fix the problems they see with the ACA? Their argument that it was unconstitutional failed. Best to respond to the reality that it’s law, rather than keep failing at repeal.I can only conclude that conservatives were never serious about providing health care to the uninsured.