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You will be paying $592.2 billion in new taxes over ten years, including $210.2 billion in Medicare payroll taxes and investment income tax increases.
Your federal government will spend $1.33 trillion in new spending in the first ten years (2010-‐2019).
The Constitution does not authorize the federal government to compel citizens to purchase a specific product.
Free market reforms to reduce the cost of insurance such as interstate competition and medical malpractice lawsuit reform were rejected.
…estimates by the Senate Budget Committee Republican Staff suggest the first ten years of full implementation of the legislation (2014-‐23) will cost $2.64 trillion, almost double the apparent cost for 2010-‐2019 period.
The Texas Medicaid program is already one of the fastest-‐growing parts of the state budget. For the past two decades Medicaid spending has increased in real terms, while transportation infrastructure
spending has declined. The Medicaid expansion will only divert more state resources away from other
spending priorities, including transportation, property tax relief, public education, and law enforcement.
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One definition of fraud – deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage.
Question – Which more clearly defines the Democrats’ Federal Health Care legislation, reform or fraud?