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Well joining us now to talk about health care is subject you know something about -- doctor Benjamin Carson he's author of the book America the beautiful rediscovering what made this nation great.
And director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University -- -- thank you.
-- -- Were you and how much medication was required to find out that the Obama administration's estimates on costs here were.
That that was not tracking it all from me.
Like most large government programs they always underestimate what's going to cost but you know the real cost -- -- really looked at here.
The real cost is that the strings that you attached to every employee.
That must be hired it makes it very complicated for a small organizations and even large organizations.
And I think that's one of the reasons that the rate of employment keeps going down.
You know you look at some of the charts let's let's just followed Alan just a little bit here so that -- because this is an important point -- -- And that is the strings that are attached to each employee.
By what do you mean.
Whether there are so many requirements.
You know if you employ someone.
You know you have to give them this level of benefits and you know that keeps escalating this one the reasons that all of these companies are asking for waivers.
And you know.
They passed out a ton of waivers to these companies that seems to me that it would tell you that there's something -- this program.
Why not go back and look at the programs they -- all of my friends asking for options out of this program.
And analyze it usually just -- friends who get them.
-- -- talk with Douglas -- take the former director Congressional Budget Office here earlier.
Talking about the fact that there are those with a zero cost basically the zero cost years this thing doesn't really kick in until 2014.
The CBO estimates that run out now for over one point seven trillion dollars upwards of two trillion dollars of -- fair to say.
-- actually a period of six -- seven year exactly and that's something that's that's easy for you to understand.
It's easy for me to understand.
Because we're well educated and we look into things.
And it's one of the reasons and I talk about the -- sense of what the congress of the united -- -- -- -- -- I talked extensively in the book about one of the promise of our nation said.
It was so important.
For -- to have an educated populace because if we have people.
-- just blindly follow.
Without really knowing what's going on I mean they know about the current tensions in a football team but they don't know anything else.
They're very easy to leave and you can say -- emphasis going to be great.
And then they don't look and in details and see that this doesn't kick in for three years while you increase -- -- here in the U manipulate things just smoke and --
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