Originally Posted by The Lone Bolt
We'll see. If there are problems the first step is reform. I never expected the program to work perfectly right off the bat. That's unrealistic.
If repeated reforms fail to produce results and we are worse off than the mess we used to have then I'll seriously consider supporting full repeal. Right now republican's demand of full repeal before the PPACA has been given any chance at working is unreasonable IMO.
Unfortunately, the ACA lowballed virtually all the of the realistic costs because they wanted it to look cheap during passage. An accounting gimmick normally considered criminal when traded companies engage in it.
But squeezing the next trillion or so it will take through Congress is going to be much trickier (impossible) this time.