“When Medicare was first proposed back in 1966, it cost 3 billion dollars per year, and the projection was for inflation-adjusted annual costs to rise to 12 billion dollars by 1990. The actual cost in 1990 was 107 billion dollars, and the 2009 estimate is a staggering 408 billion dollars!”
in The Trumpet.com
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