Nov
03
2009

Health Care Rationing bill up to 1.2 trillion.

You do not have the right to be surprised.

That ‘mere’ 900 billion? Not happening.

WASHINGTON – The health care bill headed for a vote in the House this week costs $1.2 trillion or more over a decade, according to numerous Democratic officials and figures contained in an analysis by congressional budget experts, far higher than the $900 billion cited by President Barack Obama as a price tag for his reform plan.

Via Hot Air Headlines. What did happen was that the Democrats decided to increase various programs by a third because… well, because the bill was there, and they have a commanding majority in both houses of Congress, and Democrats like spending your money on both worthy and ‘worthy’ causes*. So, since they have no intention of paying for this thing anyway

Hey, don’t look at me. I didn’t vote for any of these people. But how is that ‘teach the GOP a lesson’ thing working out for the rest of America?

Moe Lane

*They also get very defensive when people point that out. Possibly because blustering about how a particular program needs to be double-funded lest civilization collapse distracts them from the self-knowledge that their party has the collective fiscal discipline of an anoxic hummingbird.

Seriously:

odefchart

Crossposted to RedState.

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