“The truth is the president and his allies in Congress worked overtime to pull together every Medicare cut they could find – nearly $500 billion in all over ten years – and put them into the health law to pay for the massive entitlement expansion they so coveted. They could have used those cuts to pay for the “doc fix” if they had wanted to, as well as for a slightly less expansive health program. But that’s not what they did.”

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“Should everyone be required to have health insurance? The short answer is no.”

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“Never before have I seen a CBO Director so bluntly refute the policy claims of a President and his Budget Director.”

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The Senate health care bill (which, along with the Reconciliation Act, became law) would overhaul the entire health-care sector of the U.S.

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The Senate health-care overhaul (which, along with the Reconciliation Act, became law) contains a stealth “public option,” which has been disguised and given a false identity. Under that legislation, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) would be empowered to offer government-sponsored and effectively government-run (though privately administered) health plans, which would be the only health plans in America permitted to compete on a national or multi-state basis.

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