The "Affordable Health Care Act" is now the law. After the Supreme Court's decision, Republican candidate Mitt Romney said his job one as president would be to repeal it, as it would add trillions to our deficit. (Presidents can't repeal laws).
Other Republicans, such a Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and House Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor echoed that line. As a fact, over a 10-year period, the health reform law, according to the Congressional Budget Office, would reduce the deficit by $140 billion, and if repealed, would add $230 billion to the deficit.
Romney also said the law would cut funds for Medicare, which it doesn't. The 26 states that filed the action against the law hold 55 percent of Americans who are uninsured. In Texas, 6.1 million people are uninsured, with 18.6 percent of the state in poverty. In Louisiana, where Gov. Jindal said he would not implement the law, 21.6 percent of the population is below the poverty line, 49th in the country.
The Republicans have given us a steady line of lies and distortions, including that it will add to our taxes. More misinformation will come from those who have an agenda to frighten us using bogus statistics. Caveat emptore.