So far, the fact is that the projections have proven themselves to be nearly spot on. In fact, the results have exceeded projections.
The #'s suggest that any changes will be in a more positive direction. So far, the costs have had to be revised downwardsTrue at present, however, easily changed if and when it is becomes fiscally non-viable.
It's already been seen. The GOP's pitiful attempt to convince people to not enroll in exchange plans has failed.Guess we'll see.
You said something about the dems making a bet " that government can actually deliver a satisfactory, one size fits all solution for everyone. Not a bet that I'd have made."It's a completely different thing, and is most certainly not like Medicare and SS, other than yet another entitlement program.
That description applies to ACA as much as it applies to Medicare and SS. In a few years, your side will be marching with signs that say "Keep your govt hands off my Obamacare"