Last quote by Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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This argument by the oil industry is, frankly, all wrong. Refiners are going to be basically held harmless. They'll have a lower dollar price of oil. Net cost is the same. And they go about their business. I'm unsympathetic.
The concern is that will feed more premium increases.
You get back to this old problem we have of spending growing faster than the economy. If you don't solve the cost problem, it will undercut coverage expansions because they get too expensive.
Medicaid is going to be the crucial issue. There is a practical political reality there.
You could quibble about some of the modeling, but directionally I think it's right.
There's a sense of incompleteness.
Wage growth figures indicate that the tide is turning.
I don't know where he's going to get the money. Maybe he's got it in the Cayman Islands or something?
There is no upside. It's a false hope.
The January report is a solid report in disguise.