WASHINGTON, D.C. -- According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the American Health Care Act (AHCA) will reduce the federal deficit by $330 billion and reduce insurance premiums by 10 percent. It's going to be really, really great.
The report was released yesterday, March 13, one of the best days in the history of the CBO. They got it very, very right this time.
Aside from the incredibly validating and totally true facts cited above, there is nothing of interest in the report.
Meanwhile, the irresponsible, fake-news media are distorting the findings of the CBO, claiming that a few Americans will lose coverage. They won't. Let me assure you of that.
In particular, Carrie Couey of Colorado, mother of six beautiful, autistic children, will see her yearly premium go back down from $52,000 to $1,700, according to an extremely reliable source.
House Speaker Paul Ryan calls the CBO report "encouraging" and he's right, even though everyone knows he's a real dummy and couldn't have possibly put the AHCA together without the help of someone much, much smarter, a genius, actually.
Someone who knows what it takes to make America great again.