I can't even call the Republican proposed changes to Obamacare awful -- they are senseless. There is no framework I can devise, either ideological or pragmatic, in which they make sense. Republican commentators seem to be divided between those who think this new legislation sucks and those who think it sucks but needs to be looked at in a larger legislative framework. The latter argue that this first bill is merely all that can be done in reconciliation, and that other changes will be coming later. But of course, no one will tell you what they plan for later (if they even know themselves). This approach is at least as bad as the original Democrat "we have to pass the bill to find out what is in it" approach. At least the full plan for Obamacare was there to be read, even if it was a stultifying 2000 pages. How can we possibly assess what the Republicans are trying to do if they will not outline their whole plan?
I refuse to even take the time to criticize this seriousness mess in detail. If you really need that, see Megan McArdle for example. What we have right now is the legislative equivalent of Trump's original half-baked, rushed immigration order. This pile of garbage will likely last about as long.