Thursday, November 19, 2009

We Can't Afford Health Care Legislation?

"According to the preliminary CBO analysis, the legislation would reduce the federal deficit by $127 billion over the first decade and by $650 billion over the second decade."


If someone tells you we can't afford health care legislation, ask if they got out of grade school, because they sure can't read and they sure can't add.
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2 comments:

ben said...

hi mr burns. advice; look past what someone who wants something says, and see what those who dont want it say & most importantly see what those who dont care say! it may be a good idea[health care reform] just what they are trying to pass is a boondaugle! and cant do what they are advertizing.

PBurns said...

Ben --

A suggestion: It helps to learn how to spell and punctuate if you want to be taken seriously.

Finally, use the Google. If you do that, you *might* find I know a little about health care and that I have been involved in this debate at a pretty hight level for more than 15 years. For example >> http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/11/03/eveningnews/main5514603.shtml

In fact, if you do the research you will find me talking about health care at the highest levels as far back as the early 1990s.

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