So, the solution is money will start growing on trees, right?<quoted text>
How the f*ck did you get so stupid.
That is an honest question, Flack.
This crap has been explained to you dumbasses a gazillion times & you still don't get it.
You do realize that your post said nothing about revenue generation.
The original CBO report on the ACA counted a few years before the major expenses kicked in. The later report replaced those years with few expenses with years 10 years out with larger expenses.
The CBO also said the revenue generation would cover those costs.
"Those amounts do not reflect the total budgetary impact of the ACA. That legislation includes many other provisions that, on net, will reduce budget deficits. Taking the coverage provisions and other provisions together, CBO and JCT have estimated that the ACA will reduce deficits over the next 10 years and in the subsequent decade. "
"According to projections from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), entitlements and ObamaCare spending will comprise 53 percent of all federal spending over the coming decade, totaling $24.9 trillion."