House Speaker Paul Ryan of Janesville says health insurance costs will eventually drop if Congress passes the G-O-P alternative to Obamacare. On C-B-S’s “Face the Nation” Sunday, Ryan said that if Congress does nothing, premiums would go “far, far, far higher than they would otherwise. And the Wisconsin Republican says health costs will go down once a two year transition period is completed. Ryan said it would take time for states to start regulating health insurance again, and to set up “risk pools” to cover those with preexisting conditions. He also says it will take a while to set proper credits so in Ryan’s words, “the guy waiting tables getting 12 dollars an hour can get health insurance.” In the meantime, Ryan says there needs to be a “stable transition” from Obamacare so “people don’t have the rug pulled out.”