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Hey, folks, I can’t make this stuff up….hee,hee,hee, I didn’t say whose costs
Christina Romer, director of the Council of Economic Advisers:
“Putting in place healthcare reform that genuinely slows the growth rate of costs is truly one of the largest and most important fiscal reforms we can undertake,” Romer will say.
“Some have argued that it is irresponsible to reform our healthcare system at a time when the budget deficit is so large and our long-run fiscal problems are so severe,” “I firmly believe the opposite: It is fiscally irresponsible not to do healthcare reform.”