unporfitable servant wrote: A new government actuarial study finds that as a result of the law, health care spending will be $478 billion higher over the next decade than it would have otherwise been had no law been passed.
Oft repeated but never attributed. Two observations. 1. It seems very strange that you personally find this government study credible. Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter? 2. You fail to distinguish between the well documented general escalation of healthcare costs, and how specifically the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is driving cost increases beyond that.