Today is the anniversary of President Obama’s signing federal health-reform legislation into law. At the time, Democrats promised repeatedly that the public would grow to love it over time. But you may have noticed that left-wing blogs and websites aren’t exactly celebrating the occasion.
I guess we’re all still waiting to find out what is in it.
Actually, the law’s unpopularity may be instead that we know too much about what is in it. I’ll have another post later today about things Georgia is, or should be, doing to improve our health-insurance market in spite of ObamaCare. But for now, Emily Miller at Human Events counts down the top 10 failures of ObamaCare in its first year, beginning with:
1. Explodes the Budget Deficit
One year ago, Obama said, “This legislation will also lower costs for…the federal government, reducing our deficit by over $1 trillion in the next two decades. It is paid for. It is fiscally responsible.”
Today: ObamaCare is projected to cost at least $2.4