Why does your source have to be dishonest, dave.<quoted text>
The GAO got back to Sessions last week with budgetary simulations showing that the ACA will indeed reduce the deficit if itís implemented as Congress intended.
From the gao report
"There are, however, significant uncertainties surrounding
the growth of health care costs. Spending is influenced not only by policies and laws, but also by future demographic and economic trends, development and deployment of medical technology, the cost and
availability of insurance, and the responses of health care providers, consumers, and policymakers to these trends. The Trustees, CBO, and the CMS Actuary have expressed concerns about the sustainability of
certain health care cost-control measures over the long term."