Stop being a tool of the left and get the facts about the CBO. It is given assumptions by the Congress which it has to use. It is seldom accurate in predictions and the revisions show that the CBO revised their numbers and agreed that it overstated savings by double counting medicare savings.
Do you really want to put your reputation on the line buying what Obama tells you?
I think you are missing my point, I said that health care reform became a Crisis when Obama was elected. ie; thousands of people are dying every day without health insurance, we have to do this right now, the evil insurance co.s this the evil insurance co.s that.
As if, in a counrty of over 300 milliom people, thousands don't die eveyday anyway.
And then you quote me a television commercial sponsered by lobbyists to try to make the point that it has been a crisis for a long time.
Just because someone paid someone else to say something, does not make it true.
Of course you can find anything on the internet, but come on, the American Spectator? How biased can you get? Try NRO or The American (non) Thinker. If you're going with biased crap, use them all.
What I speak to is my view. Not Obama's. Not the democrat party. Not any one or anything else. I read, I have lived, I have experience and I think. Try arguing with me and not some make believe strawman.
I provided links to the U.S. Census, Healthcare studies, not the American Spectator. Keep ignoring the number of people in this country that can afford health insurance but CHOOSE not to purchase it, the number of people who have access to Medicaid but haven't signed up for it, the number of uninsured children that SCHP is available to but their parents haven't signed up for it.
All you and the liberals have done is magnify a problem making it a crisis that is much less than you and other liberals want to admit. Refute the information posted and then tell us why we need a multi trillion dollar bill to insure those still uninsured after all existing programs are exhausted?
Nothing was ignored.