Glass could be half full OR half empty
Says the Congressional Budget Office "is expecting a protracted economic malaise for at least the next decade under current policies."
A non-sequitur, one of the authors says
A study "from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, and Dartmouth concluded that Medicaid’s value to its beneficiaries is significantly lower than the actual cost of the program."
— PolitiFact Georgia
Price isn't quite right
The fiscal cliff deal "increased spending."
Kinda yes, kinda no
The fiscal cliff deal "ultimately raised taxes."
Upon examination, Price claim needs more detail
Congress gave an unelected board "the power to deny care to seniors."
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