Repealing Obamacare would save the nation two trillion


A few days ago, the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation found that repealing Obamacare would increase the gross domestic product by 0.7 percent and that effect alone would reduce projected deficits by $216 billion over the 2016 to 2025 period.

This is equivalent to an additional $1,400 in the pocket of each household per year.

Of course this is the likely the smallest number the CBO could come up with.  If they considered the money lost by the state websites, Medicare cuts and jobs lost at insurance companies - they could round it off to $2 trillion.

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