House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) praised the healthcare reform law as an "act of fiscal stability" that will save the government money in the long term.
Budget scorekeepers are preparing a new assessment of the law's costs and revenues in light of the Supreme Court's recent decision on the Affordable Care Act, which permits states to opt out of expanding Medicaid.
Democrats argue the law will decrease the budget deficit. Conservatives say the law will increase it.
"If we're talking about fiscal stability, the Affordable Care Act is an act of fiscal stability."
The CBO will release its new cost projections for the law during the week of July 23.I guess that if doubling the cost of this POS is fiscal stability, that might help explain $5 trillion these fools added to the debt in three years as no big deal...