I quote from Mark Evanier’s excellent blog:
The non-partisan analysis by the Congressional Budget Office says the Health Care Reform bill passed by the Senate would lower the federal deficit by $118 billion in its first ten years and at least $600 billion in its second ten years. It would also insure more than 30 million Americans who currently do not have health insurance and will therefore all be ahead of you in line the next time you need to go to a hospital emergency room. Sure sounds like a good deal to me. Here’s a link to a PDF of the report.