I belong to no organized political party. I am a Democrat--Will Rogers
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
By the numbers
This afternoon, the Congressional Budget Office (usually described as "the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office") issued a report concluding that, after the Supreme Court's recent ruling, Obamacare will save $84 billion over then next ten years. And the Republican plan to repeal Healthcare Reform? It would cost taxpayers $109 billion over the same period. That's a swing of almost $200 billion.
Let's see the GOPhers explain that one to the American people. So much for financial responsibility.
The downside of this is that the CBO also estimates that the number of uninsured Americans will increase by three million people.