According to polls, only 15 percent of Americans know that CBO said Obamacare will reduce the deficit.
When inconvenient, CBO is—well—pay no attention to that report they just released.
NF: By the end of this year, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), [debt-to-GDP ratio] will reach 70 percent of GDP.
With higher wages in effect, says the CBO, employers are less likely to hire.
According to the CBO, the war has now cost more than $1 trillion.
The CBO cleared up any questions on this front if you like reading Congressional-ese (PDF).
This week the CBO reduced that prediction by $100 billion, to $1.3 trillion.
In 2010, the CBO projected that Obamacare would reduce the deficit by $140 billion from 2013 to 2019.
CBO has projected that the law's taxes and claimed savings will offset its costs over the first 10 years of the law's life.
Early this year, Republican leaders in Congress said it would kill 650,000 jobs, citing a CBO report.