Name one, just one, government program in history that actually cost we were told it would cost upon its inception.
Come on, I'm waiting! I don't have all day here. Oh! You give up? Yeah ... so did I. I've been asking that question for years, and no one can give me an adequate response.
Tell me why do you think ObamaCare will be any different?
Here's the latest report that should scare the socks off of you ... from CNSNews:
The Department of Health and Human Services will become the nation's first-ever $1-trillion-per-year Cabinet department in 2014, which is also the first year President Barack Obama's health-care law is scheduled to be fully implemented by that department, according to the budget projections President Obama released yesterday.
In fact, HHS already is costing American taxpayers more per year in inflation-adjusted dollars than the entire federal government cost back in 1965, the year President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed Medicare into law.
One trillion dollars per year. Unbelievable. To put things in perspective, supposedly Obama's grand budget plan would cut projected deficits by $1.1 trillion ... over the next 10 years. That's his big plan - to cut $1 trillion from our deficit over ten years. It won't happen ... not with his budget, and he knows it. He's also very upset that the media is exposing his gimmicks. But back to the point ... on the one hand he talks about a vaporous $1 trillion reduction in the deficit, and on the other hand he's building the country's first $1 trillion agency. Just where to you think all this is going? A weakened America, that's where.