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Who is surprised? Jonathan Gruber, architect of Obamacare, called anyone who supported the plan STUPID.

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Obamacare program costs $50,000 in taxpayer money for every American who gets health insurance, says bombshell budget report

Stunning figure comes from Congressional Budget Office report that revised cost estimates for the next 10 years

Government will spend $1.993 TRILLION over a decade and take in $643 BILLION in new taxes, penalties and fees related to Obamacare

The $1.35 trillion net cost will result in 'between 24 million and 27 million' fewer Americans being uninsured – a $50,000 price tag per person at best

The law will still leave 'between 29 million and 31 million' nonelderly Americans without medical insurance

Numbers assume Obamacare insurance exchange enrollment will double between now and 2025

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Who is surprised?  Jonathan Gruber, architect of Obamacare, called anyone who supported the plan STUPID. Chirping-crickets-stage-2-by-melvin


Bull chit alert.....please link the original budget report stating the facts that have been alleged in this article.........not one footnote to the original source......fact check it or admit the bs.



This will cure Stupid

Things must change for our government. Look at it! It isn’t too big to fail. It’s too big to succeed! It's too big to succeed, so we can afford no retreads or nothing will change with the same people and same policies that got us into the status quo, another Latin word, status quo, and it stands for, “Man, the middle-class everyday Americans are really gettin’ taken for a ride!” That's status quo, and GOP leaders, by the way, y'know the man can only ride ya when your back is bent, so strengthen it, then the man can't ride ya, America won't be taken for a ride, because so much is at stake and we can't afford politicians playing games like nothing more is at stake than, oh, maybe just the next standing of theirs in the next election.



Jonathan Gruber was not the 'architect' of Obamacare

Conservatives in recent days have seized upon comments by Jonathan Gruber, an economist at MIT who worked as a consultant on the Affordable Care Act and its predecessor in Massachusetts (ObamaCare and RomneyCare, respectively), to make the case that the Obama administration deceived the American people about the law. In a video that has been widely disseminated by the conservative media, Gruber is seen telling an audience that the "stupidity of the American voter" and a "lack of transparency" helped get the law passed.

Leaving the debates about ObamaCare and its passage aside, there is one aspect of this controversy we can clear up right now: Gruber was not the "architect" of ObamaCare, as so many conservative media outlets claim. He was, as this Politico article points out, one of "hundreds of people [who] were involved in the law's drafting." The word "architect," in contrast, suggests an insidious, all-powerful force pulling the strings from above, like that guy from The Matrix, which serves to create the impression that ObamaCare was some kind of conspiracy surreptitiously foisted on the public.

Jonathan Gruber was not the architect of ObamaCare. He was a consultant. Ryu Spaeth



Here's the thread you lost, semi-lucid poster Markle.



Here you go, semi-lucid poster Markle.

I retrieved your thread again from its unknown location of seven threads down on the front page of the Politics Forum.

You're welcome.

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