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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Michael F. Cannon
President Obama's health care law may have been ruled constitutional last year, but it now faces a legal challenge over whether the federal government can pay out subsidies in states that have refused to set up their own insurance exchanges.
Seniors "are not going to be shelling out that much more out of pocket" than under the current Medicare plan, he said.
Mr. Cannon said the CBO figure, while accurate, is misleading because seniors wouldn't be spending money on unnecessary medical procedures, prescriptions and doctor visits - extras critics say are common because of Medicare's guaranteed doctor reimbursements.