This was inside a Cutler editorial inside the Washington Post last Friday:
In 2007, Obama declared which his health-care reform program might conserve $2,500 per family relative to the styles at the time. The criticism was harsh; I understand considering I helped the then-senator create this forecast. Yet occasions have shown him to be right.
Cutler is taking the latest slowdown inside wellness spending—which nobody thinks was caused by Obamacare—and attributing it to Obamacare. He easily omits the Administration’s own forecast of the effects of the Affordable Care Act. This really is courtesy of Chris Conover:
[Cross-posted at Psychology Today plus John Goodman's Health Policy Blog.
For the pivotal alternative to Obamacare, please see the Independent Institute’s commonly acclaimed book: Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis, by John C. Goodman.]