Jillian Bandes

Daniel Head, the vice chair of communications for the District of Columbia Young Republicans, said that assuming young people would benefit was a deceptive and well-calculated maneuver.

“One of the biggest things that they don’t take into consideration is the burden of the debt that they’re going to put on our generation. We’re the ones that are going to have to pay for this when all of those in Congress are in dead or no longer in Congress,” said Head.

He also took issue with the most recent development trotted out by Democrats as a reason for Obamacare’s passage: the seemingly deficit-reducing budget score.

““I don’t think most people understand how CBO scores. When you start taxes immediately, then the costs kick in after three or four years, thats not self-sustaining- that's called lying. Usually, they just push all the costs outside the ten year window, that’s when all the debt starts kicking in,” said Head.

That’s right in time for the next generation to start paying more taxes.


Jillian Bandes

Jillian Bandes is the National Political Reporter for Townhall.com