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David Walker -- to -- Well we needed Health Care Reform here's the problem.
-- already over promised we made more promises we didn't effectively control costs according to the chief actuary of Medicare.
The Affordable Care Act is gonna cost -- glad you're sitting down -- Twelve trillion dollars higher than the politicians claim you cannot expand coverage and reduce costs it's an oxy moron.
We're gonna have to no matter who's elected.
We're gonna have to be honest with the American people we need to rationalize our promises change -- payment systems establish a budget.
Like every other major industrialized country -- I don't hear it out of these guys I didn't hear much editor Republicans last week -- specified the painkiller that's a fair statement in fact here's one of the demagoguery going on.
Both President Obama hand.
Governor Romney and Ryan wanna basically reduce Medicare costs about the same amount over time that they -- to do -- very different way.
But the idea that one wants to reduce Medicare and the other doesn't.
Is ridiculous the fact is if we don't end up reducing these cost it will bank -- America when.
God only knows he's not telling us -- -- to put it this -- we don't make.
Real progress -- when he thirteen what is happening in Europe can happen here.
We are not exempt from the laws of prudent -- we are not an island in any way.
Do you think Americans are ready for what you do says.
When they know the facts when they hear the truth when they understand the adverse consequences to our country's position the world.
Our scandal living at home opportunities for our children the domestic tranquility and our streets and even our national security.
They getting their star for truth leadership and solutions we need to start get more obvious and really quick.
-- -- run for office soon you can articulate these things like no and I know David Walker where do you agree or disagree does make you think he just he doesn't know the numbers.
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