Well, we do know that the ten year costs of Obamacare isn't less than a trillion dollars. When you actually look at ten years of spending (not the 4 years of taxes before the next 6 years of spending kicks in within the CBO scored "ten years")<quoted text>
You're an idiot! My post was in response to someone's question. And there's not one thing on there that is not true. No one, not even government knows yet how this healthcare plan will work. We have to do what Nancy said and pass it, so we know what's in it. The only real fact known as of this date is that everyone will have to have a policy. How much it will be? No one knows for sure, those plans are in the making. How it will affect the nation as a whole, no one knows. What we do know is that you can pass all the free health care you want, but you can not force the doctor's to take the patients. Many have said so, and many believe it's a deterrent for young med school grads to take on another direction rather than get mixed up with bureaucrats and government red tape. And there will be plenty of that. Whose going to argue with a doctor when he tells you he is not taking any new patients? There is a specialist in Murray, Ky who asks for payment up front if you are on Medicare because his office secretary said it takes them too long to re-reimburse the doctor - but they will allow you the proof that you visited the doctor so you can turn it in yourself. I know this for a fact because it's a relative of mine.
So who cares who created this monster, it was a bad idea all the way around and we have the Democrats to thank for the mess this country will be in and the loss of jobs and closing of businesses that will follow in time to come.
You're the one like a child in the schoolyard. All you do is respond to people's posts with your idiotic tantrums and nonsense replies. Go suck and egg!!!
From 2014 (when Obamacare spending truly starts) to 2023 (an actual ten year spending period)-Obamacare is now projected to cost 2.4 trillion dollars.
And that's assuming unrealistic growth rate in health care costs and who will use obamacare.