2009 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARDS OF TRUSTEES OF THE FEDERAL HOSPITAL INSURANCE AND FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTARY MEDICAL INSURANCE TRUST FUNDS, Table III.C19.—Operations of the Part D Account in the SMI Trust Fund (Cash Basis) during Calendar Years 2004-2018, Page 120 (Page 126 in pdf) http://www.cms.hhs.gov/ReportsTrustF...ads/tr2009.pdf
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"2001 tax cut - "$1.35 trillion tax cut program — one of the largest in U.S. history."
"(CBO) has estimated that extending the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts (which are scheduled to expire in 2010) would cost the U.S. Treasury nearly $1.8 trillion in the following decade, dramatically increasing federal deficits"
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"Over the 2010–2019 period, the net cost of the coverage expansions wouldbe more than offset by the combination of other spending changes, which CBO estimates would save $426 billion, and receipts resulting from theHow about you read the CBO letter and quote me the language saying it will save $1.2T over the second decade. (Of course, that all assumes that the excise tax, premium reductions, and doctor fixes will be untouched. Do you really think that's going to happen?
income tax surcharge on high-income individuals and other provisions,
which JCT and CBO estimate would increase federal revenues by
$572 billion over that period."
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That totals $998 billion in deficit reduction right there.