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WASHINGTON - Democrats trying to push President Obama's health-care overhaul through the Senate got a sober warning yesterday that costs would keep going up and that proposed Medicare savings might harm the program.
A new report from economic analysts at the Health and Human Services Department said the nation's $2.5 trillion annual health-care tab would not shrink under the Democratic blueprint but would grow somewhat more rapidly than if Congress did nothing.
More troubling was the report's assessment that the Democrats' plan to squeeze Medicare for $493 billion over 10 years in savings relies on specific policy changes that "may be unrealistic" and could lead to cuts in services. The Medicare savings are expected to cover about half the nearly $1 trillion, 10-year cost of expanding coverage to the uninsured.
At his point I do not see how they could possibly go forward with this piece of crap.