The bad news is that “covered” includes millions of new Medicaid recipients, who are better described as “welfare recipients” than “insured.” Gallup also doesn’t reveal the dropout rate or the percentage of Young Invincibles needed to make the exchanges viable. That giant sucking sound you hear is money swirling around Washington on its way down the drain.
Which giant sucking sound will be barely audible over the thunderous roar of trillions of dollars going down the drain on all the other stuff Obama is taxing, borrowing and spending us into bankruptcy on.
I keep saying that all the cries of doom over the cost of this monstrosity are based on the faulty notion that Obama or Congress are afraid to spend whatever it takes to keep it going.
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