It hasn’t taken long for John Faso to show his true colors. Almost as soon as he got to Washington, he voted to gut key provisions of the Affordable Care Act.His stated reason is that this provides an opportunity to enact “something better.”  What he means is something better for insurance companies and worse for the public, cutting the number of people covered and privatizing the entire system. Simple fact: Medicare’s overhead rate is in the 5% range; the private insurance industry averages 20-25%. This means that privatizing, whether through vouchers or some other mechanism, takes away at least 15% of the Medicare dollar money that currently goes toward the provision of care.