This was in a Cutler editorial in the Washington Post last Friday:
In 2007, Obama asserted that his health-care reform plan would save $2,500 per family relative to the trends at the time. The criticism was harsh; I know because I helped the then-senator make this forecast. Yet events have shown him to be right.
Cutler is taking the recent slowdown in health spending — which no one thinks was caused by ObamaCare — and attributing it to ObamaCare. He conveniently omits the Administration’s own forecast of the effects of the Affordable Care Act. This is courtesy of Chris Conover: