The Obamacare website routinely uploads your confidential personal information for all to read.

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The Obamacare website routinely uploads your confidential personal information for all to read.

Tea party and conservatives repeatedly warned that this law would be a security risk. Even if they get the website fixed, the system still exposes your personal data to too many people who shouldn’t see it.

And then there’s this: A reporter calls the Obamacare hotline, is put on hold, and then told by the operator they know he’s a reporter, refuses to answer questions, and that a supervisor will call back.

How did the operator know he was a reporter? And even so, why should a reporter be treated differently? Doesn’t this also suggest that Obamacare could be used by present and future administrations against their critics?



  • JWing

    The tyranny is as obvious as the runny nose on your face. How can it have gotten this far without a massive revolt.

    Think about the absolute breach of personal freedom when the government dictates how you handle your runny nose.

    Enough….everyone in America please wake up from your video screen’s strobe-induced dopamine surge hypnosis that keeps normally critical-thinking and aware people from being slowly boiled in the pot.

  • Cotour

    The test will be in the 2014 elections, that will tell the tale of our future.

  • ken anthony

    What state has the most liberty? Can that liberty be exported to nearby states? If so, how long would it take to fix all 50?

  • D. K. Williams

    So…reporters can’t sign up for Ovomitcare? What about bloggers?

  • wade

    I have instructed my offspring and friends Not to apply . the lack of signing members is the best Peaceful Tool against this Hoodwink

  • D. K. Williams

    The next step will be to require doctors to take medicare, medicaid, and Ovomitcare patients as a condition of licensure.

  • Cotour

    And here is the next step, a little premature IMO though.

    “Virginia Democrat Calls For Forcing Doctors To Accept Medicare And Medicaid Patients”

    Just like the Catholic Church and private employers on the abortion issue doctors need to band together and resist the government compelling them to accept Medicare and Medicaid if they do not want to accept it. The people of the country need to put the drivers of this agenda in a choke hold, grab the wheel and force this whole thing into the ditch. Then get it turned around and headed in a non Marxist / communist / socialist direction and back on to a market based system where the individual is actually responsible for their own healthcare insurance. Personal responsibility, what a concept!

    I really can’t believe that I am writing about this situation in America but this is what you get when the people who put people in power become complacent and dependent (read lazy, stupid and drug addicted). Sick, sick, sick.

  • wodun

    “How did the operator know he was a reporter?”

    They probably googled his name. Are they googling everyone who calls or do they have a list of phone numbers of people they are not allowed to talk to?

    But there should be nothing wrong with a person going through the system and reporting back to everyone else about their experiences. We clearly cant trust the Obama administration to either know or to let people know the reality of the system.

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