I SAID debunked. "Far as I'm concerned this will cost the US taxpayer about $900 million a year "<quoted text> Well I looked it up. There is roughly 55 million families that will be eligible for a $10,000 subsidy. Most of those will also be eligible to have their out of pocket premium paid for. That's around another $250. They will also be eligible to have their co-pays, deductibles, and coinsurance. Far as I'm concerned this will cost the US taxpayer about $900 million a year and I think that will be low. Anybody here think the taxes in this bill will raise that much in a year? Some of the taxes have already been set aside with more on the chopping block. It is just another wealth redistribution scam.
No one uses Flack math anymore.