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The White House fired a shot across the Supreme Court's bow this week, warning they'll have to Throw Grandma From The Train if Obamacare is overturned.
The Obama administration warned the Supreme Court this week via papers filed with the Court that if Obamacare is struck down, there will be an "extraordinary disruption" in Medicare. Medicare was not discussed during the Supreme Court arguments, since it was not a Constitutional issue. This is a practical argument, not a legal one; it.' the Obama administration applying pressure to the Supremes.
An "extraordinary disruption?" To reset the Medicare rules back to what was in effect prior to March 23, 2010? Perhaps they don't remember the old rules? No worries, I'd imagine Google has a copy of them somewhere.
I'm an IT guy. Every project we implement has a "backout plan," a set of steps which revert back to the prior version in case there's a major problem.
The Medicare folks can't come up with a backout plan? Why? Aren't they smart enough?
In effect Obama is telling the Supreme Court, "We're too imcompetent to undo
the damage we did." Yeah, that's a convincing argument.
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