Skip to comments.Attorneys general raise privacy concerns over ObamaCare navigators [no background checks]
Posted on 08/18/2013 2:22:28 AM PDT by grundle
Because of time constraints, HHS [is] cutting back on the requirement to become a navigator, meaning they're not going to be doing background checks. They're not going to be fingerprinting these people, said Bondi in an interview with Fox.
And it's more than navigators. It's people that assist the navigators. Now, these navigators will have our consumers throughout the country's most personal and private information tax return information, Social Security information. And our biggest fear, of course, is identity theft.
(Excerpt) Read more at thehill.com ...
As it should be!
We can start by looking at the resident of 1600 Penn Ave DC. The ID THIEF IN CHIEF!
Plus, Republicans will NOT be getting the Health Care that DEmocrats will get.....mark my words.
Navigators......imagine the TSA with cornrowed or weaved herr dids, $500 nails, spandexed designer jeans and enough jewelry to open a store, pointing out the intricacies of Obama’s Health Care Maze.
“Mr Gaffer,” “Does you want this Gold, Silver, or Bronze package?”
[what’s the difference]
“Uh, Gold is uh, mo better than Silver which be mo better than Bronze.”
[which one is best for me?]
“How much money does you have? Does you be on TANF, SNAP, WICs, Section 8?”
“Oh, I see. You is a trouble maker. Lookee here, I ain’t gots no time to fool aroun with a sucka like you, cracka!”
Stamps application “PENALTY HIS ASS”
Well put. We are going to see “right thinking” rewarded and wrong thinking sanctioned. Become a lefty and vote Rat and get health care; sound like a conservative, don’t take government dependency benefits and have the weight of the alphabet agencies come down on you.
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Imagine YOU ....(sounds like something the Obamacons would dream up)
This is totally intentional.
Epic failure of massive proportions which will herald in the perceived need for a single payer system....
This tactic is so transparent....
Yes ...the most transparent regime in history...
I will not be getting involved
And we’re going to let them do this?
Just making wealth transfer a bit easier.
What could be the problem? It’s a right and the people need it now!
I have said it for a while: Since this abortion was “passed”, they have been nearly frantic to entrench it.
They have been purchasing, leasing and building property, buying office furniture, creating org charts, hiring people, installing infrastructure and so on, because that will be the anchor.
Anyone who has ever paid attention to this type of thing knows: Government does not, as a rule, go backwards. It only goes forward and gets bigger.
Once all this infrastructure, people, budgets, etc. get roots down, they aren’t going away. This is here to stay, and in this respect (entrenching bureaucracy) the stinking liberals knew just what they were doing.
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