A sham and a fraud. That’s all these front groups are. Amazingly, 357,000 gullibles have been found to sign their petition.
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These delays are not fatal to Obamacare but show clearly the problems associated with any government program trying to take the place of millions of private decisions citizens would otherwise make on their own regarding their health care.
The bias by the CBO is breathtaking. I would expect Schumer to exult, but Rubio?
By failing to include in its analysis anything to do with the massive unfunded liabilities the government faces, S&P’s announcement becomes totally useless and counterproductive. By failing to inform, it becomes a party to the crime.
That little footnote in the CBO report spells doom for all the prognostications about the health of Social Security.
Even a cursory perusal of the CBO report reveals a bias to the upside. Reality, it is feared, is likely to change the outlook, perhaps sooner and most certainly more drastically, than the CBO estimates.
This is how one spells fraud: ATRA 2012
If you look carefully you can find them…somewhere…I think…
The CBO has performed an unintended service: illustrating that the task facing Washington is beyond their ability to solve.
Schiff is a realist. I, on the other hand, am an optimist.