Upping the ante.
“Debt rises from 78 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2019…to 144 percent by 2049.”
Also: House tax bill qualifies for reconciliation, but …
Kick the can, bipartisan-style.
Beat the clock?
“The number of people who are uninsured would increase by 17 million in 2018, compared with the number under current law.”
“primarily because the penalty for not having insurance would be eliminated.”
Good news/bad news.
Try that in the private sector
“I don’t believe the facts are correct.”
Didn’t work in “A Few Good Men,” probably not going to work now. Tom Price gives it his best shot, …
An “eyebrow raising number”?
“Putting a bunch of sick people in a pool and buying insurance doesn’t make sense.”
Missed it by 40%.
Time to pull the plug on ObamaCare.
How did we not think of that?
“Bait and switch”?
“Call it the stupidity of the American voter …”
Shut it down.
Let’s aim at crony capitalism instead.
“This is unimaginable — almost undoable, but Obama has succeeded in doing it.”
The numbers guy.
Boxer: “Absolutely no way we’re going to cut spending.”
Don’t call us, babe, we’ll call you.
The death knell for Obamanomics.
“Our view is that zero is a perfectly reasonable estimate of the impact of raising the minimum wage on employment.”
“Great spin. I don’t think it is going to work.”
T-minus 25 years until a 100 percent debt-to-GDP ratio = best-case scenario.
Be of good cheer, campers
The phrase “it’s complicated” could have originated before the revolutionary war
“…their cargo included 1.2 million barrels of gasoline worth nearly $50 million”