A bombshell report from the Congressional Budget Office reveals that it will cost the federal government $50,000 for every person who gets health insurance under Obamacare law.
According to the Daily Mail.com, the astounding figure was "buried" in a 15-page section of the non-partisan organization's budget forecast for the next 10 years.
The CBO said that in a best-case scenario "'between 24 million and 27 million" fewer Americans would be uninsured in 2025, compared to the year before the Affordable Care Act was implemented, the Mail noted.
And the report estimated that the price tag for insuring that number of people would be about $1.35 trillion — or $50,000 per person.
Sometimes I wonder what it's gonna take to make the Obama sycophants in this country mad. To hear them blame America for crap like the above is infuriating. This is Obama's fault. His cowardice and tepid responses to these kinds of atrocities has emboldened them. They know he won't do anything about it. I think our military should rise up and do what needs to be done. Their oath is to America first, not Obama.
***Virginia Senate panel shoots down gun control bills. Good for them.
***Hillary Clinton has lead over Elizabeth Warren among Democrats. Those two embody everything that's wrong with liberal policies. That they're even in the race tells you a lot about the Democrats. They have moved further left than they have ever been. Hillary Clinton should be in hiding, in disgrace due to her part in the Benghazi debacle, yet there she is, loved and adored by so many idiot liberals. It's sickening to watch.
***Worst passwords. "123456?" Really?
Using 3.3 million leaked passwords from mostly North American and Western European users, SplashData has released a list of its top offenders, and they're both hilarious and shame-inducing for those of us who keep tapping into them.
The top two since the list began in 2011 remain the same, says the company: "123456" holds the No. 1 spot, followed by "password"; others in the top five are "12345," "12345678," and "qwerty." Entries in the top 25 include everything from the aforementioned number sequences (because no hacker would consider "1234567") to the paranoid and desperate ("trustno1," "shadow," "letmein") to the somewhat confusing ("dragon," "monkey").
Making their debut: "696969" and "batman." In addition to not using simple number sequences, SplashData advises not to go with sports and sports teams, birthdays, or popular names like "michael" and "jennifer." Swear words, famous athletes, car brands, and names of movies are also popular, so probably best to stay away from them, too.
***The storm that wasn't. Wow, how did they get it so wrong??
***Best snack food in every state.
Indiana's claim to fame? Corn dogs!
***I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions. –Stephen Covey
***Have a great day!