Thursday, November 19, 2009

News Alert!

One wonders why the news alert below is supposed to be news. Why would anyone pay the slightest attention to what the CBO has to say about the "cost" of BHO's and the Dems health care bill? Is there some occasion or event about which the CBO has ever been correct? If there is, please show us.

The part about reducing the federal budget deficit is especially hilarious, if you can find it in yourself to laugh at such absurdities. With any luck, the WSJ will be running an Op-Ed piece shortly that shows us the absurdity of the CBO's pronouncement.

News Alert

from The Wall Street Journal


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Senate Democrats' health-care legislation has been estimated to cost $849 billion and to reduce the federal budget deficit by $127 billion over 10 years, according to a senior Senate leadership aide. The estimates, from the Congressional Budget Office, also showed that the bill would reduce the number of uninsured people in the U.S. by 31 million people. The result, the aide said, would be that 94% of Americans would have health-insurance coverage.

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