You're free to look at my other post regarding Obama's budget revenue projections as well. (Pres.Obama/Romney Presidential Debate, What question would you like to see asked?) Note the difference in spending vs. revenues deltas.
If you have the report, please link it. As shown in my first post in this thread the March 2010 CBO report sent to Pelosi used 2010-2019 projections to estimate $940 billion in gross costs. I'm assuming that's the figure the President was referring to in his speech. If you have a different report, it would do nothing to dispute the underlying point. Either Obama is referring to only 6 years of actual costs or the projected cost doubled. Your last post seems to contradict your first.No, this is not correct. At the time the Affordable Care Act was passed, the CBO actually issued projections for the first ten years and the second ten years. Every year in the current projection (2012-2022) had an estimate at the time the law was passed...which were generally pretty similar to the current estimates. There wasn't any waiting involved to the discover the 10-year cost. The CBO just prefers to break its predictions up into 10-year chunks, but they predicted more years into the future than that.