All the models have failed to predict the non-growth in GW over the last decade because growth has continued unabated.
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The Democrats needed the vote of Olympia Snow to break the filibuster and get the bill passed in the Senate. It then went to the house where a modified bill was eventually passed. It then came back to the Senate and was passed using budget reconciliation rules requiring only a 50% vote and thus not needing the vote of any Republicans.
Please become better informed before calling people delusional.
I realize there is nothing I can say which will make you pull your head out of your ideological corner, but you have gone from claiming single payer systems have no competition to maybe they do but they are worthless and expensive to maybe they're ok, but you don't want to pay for mine. So let's take the next logical step and have medicare for all. That way we will all be paying and all be getting the benefit. It should have the added advantage of slowing the rate of growth of medical costs, since the US is the only OECD country with does not have some kind of government provided health care for all residents and it costs us 50% more than the next most expensive country for generally lower quality healthcare. Here are some links for you to consider.