Let me repeat:
Cohen, who back in 2005-2007 appeared occasionally on CBS News television newscasts but is now, thankfully, confined to a few brief soundbites on the radio side, asserted in the blog post:
7. Smug justice. I admit I lost my temper on Wednesday. The arguments in the Care Act cases may be funny to Justice Antonin Scalia, the bully that he is, but they aren't funny to the single father who will avoid bankruptcy because of the law, or to the millions of others who will benefit from the Medicaid expansion or from the provision that allows young people to stay longer on their parents’ health care plans. Justice Scalia gets his health insurance from the government. To him, the care act is just another statute. Fine. Let him be so dispassionate when his conservative fellow travelers ask him to endorse an act of Congress.
"The arguments in the Care Act cases may be funny to Justice Antonin Scalia, the bully that he is, but they aren’t funny to the single father who will avoid bankruptcy because of the law."
Avoid bankruptcy? As the country itself is drowning in a cesspool of debt and unfunded liabilities?
But don't believe me -- believe the Medicare Actuaries or the Trustees of the Social Security Administration.
• Medicare: $24.8 trillion -- Obligation per household: $212,500
• Social Security: $21.4 trillion -- Obligation per household: $183,400
• Federal debt: $15 trillion -- Obligation per household $128,000
Hey, Cohen: where's all that "free health care" coming from in your pathetic excuse for an analysis?
From the taxpayers?
From a country headed into a cyclonic funnel of fiscal torment?
Cohen, the sad thing is you're too dim to realize the evil of the unfettered government spending you're espousing. Because you're a mathematic ignoramus, a chronic putz, whose religion is Statism. You're a walking, talking joke.