Thomas Scully belives Obamacare will be delayed, even if SCOTUS upholds the law.

Former CMS administrator Thomas Scully offers his explanation for life after the Supreme Court rules on the Affordable Care Act, assuming the law is upheld, President Obama is re-elected, and Congress remains sharply divided.

In a nutshell, Scully assumes that a grand bargain on the deficit, tax reform, and entitlement reform will - at the very least - delay implementation of Obamacare and possibly pare back subsidies on the exchanges.

Courtesy of an interview with Kaiser Health News.

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