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Originally posted by Rockstrongo37
reply to post by marg6043
Beleve me I knew and know what was and is going on. My point with this thread is to try (though I doubt it will work) to try to open eyes of the cool aid drinkers here to the truth of the lies we have been fed.
Originally posted by lpowell0627
But -- this can't be!
The CBO specifically said that the healthcare reform bill was going to save us all from a ballooning deficit!
*Note to pro-healthcare bill voters:
You were all backing the CBO as knowing their stuff when the estimates for healthcare came out....
I hope you are listening now....
Under the nation’s health care reform plan, the nation’s Medicaid system will grow as one of the main organizations to implement the goal of expanded medical coverage.
But it appears that, from a financial standpoint, some states will be winners and some will be losers in this new arrangement.
Here's a look at why some states may stand to benefit. Later today, the Monitor will look at other states, which are complaining that it will cost their taxpayers a lot more money in the future.
(The fixes bill was passed by the Senate and the House Thursday and now goes to Mr. Obama to be signed into law.)
In 2014, the federal government will pick up 75 percent of the costs. By 2020, the fed’s share will grow to 93 percent.