How will adding 46 (or is it 30?) million uninsured, mandating coverage for pre-existing conditions, mandating preventative services, mandating pay a greater portion of out of pocket expenses, removing any lifetime caps on , be able to lower medical expenses, and lower premiums, when insurance companies can't just amass $70 trillion or so in unfunded liabilities, like Medicare has?
It's just what we would expect from "Health Care in Fantasy Land".
"Most of all, he wishes Obamacare would pay for itself, plus all prescription-drug costs for senior citizens, with 'money already being spent' on 'waste and fraud' in Medicare and Medicaid, with the elimination of the pesky 'overhead' of capitalism, and with new 'fees' (taxes) on capitalism. In fact, he has no real plan for reducing costs, and everything he proposes only will add to them and to the burgeoning federal bureaucracy. As it is, congressional bean-counters say Obamacare would add $239 billion to the deficit over 10 years and many times that amount in each successive decade, and it comes with built-in unfunded liabilities of at least $9 trillion."