CBO to R’s on Their 37th Attempt to Repeal the ACA

May 15th, 2013 at 11:24 am

Here’s the link but let me paraphrase: “you guys go ahead and keep gettin’ your crazy on…over here we’re kinda busy doin’ actual work, so can’t help you right now.”

In fact, they did look into this before:

On balance, CBO and JCT estimated, repealing the ACA would affect direct spending and revenues in ways resulting in a net increase in budget deficits of $109 billion over the 2013–2022 period.

Your tax dollars at work, America.

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2 comments in reply to "CBO to R’s on Their 37th Attempt to Repeal the ACA"

  1. foosion says:

    The CBO report doesn’t answer the R’s concerns.

    The R’s don’t care about the deficit (except as something to shout). They want to cut taxes on the best off and cut spending that benefits anyone else.

  2. Perplexed says:

    Any excuse to not govern will do. It doesn’t really matter which one is currently selected, the impact is the same; and its very effective. Hearing people claim that all of the money in political campaigns produced limited results would be quite amusing if wasn’t so sad.