Freepers call your State Attorney General and demand some answers.
Democrats are using this hearing as a forum for unbridled vitriol against the Tea Party and Republicans...unprofessional and totally uncalled for.
What a crock of unmitigated horses##t
Your Navigator is an ID thief, he just wants all your bank account info, no biggie.
BTW, the link goes to their daily blog not the blog entry/article itself. Meaning it won’t be there tomorrow.
Use this link in the future:
Considering the fact that their bosses Obama and Sibellius are criminals in themselves, WHY SHOULD they?
When are Americans going to wake and realize they have been film-flamed and bamboozled by the Media, Hollyweird, and the DNC into voting again and again for people who are not only MARXISTS, but RACIST Marxists at THAT??
Calm down people.
This makes a lot of sense.
Why should lowly ObamaScare Navigators have to undergo a more stringent background check than President Obama?
This is incredible.
My dad sells life and health insurance as a one-man shop.
You cannot be a felon and sell life and health insurance.
These navigators are selling insurance, essentially. They are doing all the things an insurance salesman does, help people look at pros and cons of various plans, explaining options, getting them signed up for a plan.
It is extremely bullsh1t they can have felons getting their hands on this information and selling insurance when private insurance folks cannot have felonies on their record and sell policies.
RESET COMING Cruella. RESET coming.
The main Navigators are illegal aliens from
Peru, and Obama’s other favored nations and religions.
Insert “no steenking” before the words “criminal background checks”
“Not only is it possible,” said Sebelius, “but we care so little that I don’t even mind saying so in front of you people.”
Back ground checks for legal gun buyers, but NO back ground checks for navigators. Another dark day in the Obamanation.
"That is true," said Sebelius. "States could add an additional background checks and other features, but it is not part of the federal requirement"
"So a convicted felon could be a navigator and could acquire sensitive personal information from an individual unbeknownst to them?"
"That is possible," said Sebelius.
Not only is it possible, it's one of the perks for taking the job.
And the navigators selling insurance should be licensed the same as any other agent selling insurance.
Normally they have to pay for it.
The whole thing is closely held info. I tried to get a navigator job just for fun. I can’t even find out if they exist in states that don’t have exchanges.
OK, everybody...are you pissed off sufficiently to DO SOMETHING about this? This IS in your face, we don’t give a damn about whether these “navigators” have a criminal background, or not...and don’t expect them to have any insurance background, either. If someone in the market place slapped me around verbally like this socialist obozo and his hack sebelius are doing to the American public, I’d be all over them until they dialed it back, and made corrections, or I’d take my business elsewhere. obozocare is boxing you in, tying that noose tighter around your necks, making it difficult for you, and talking down to you, in your face,and daring you to do something about it. You either do something about it, OR just lay down and let the obozo socialist/communist/marxist jackboot march over your body...they gotcha where they want you.
Don’t know about other states, but Arkansas does have rules for the navigators:
Background check done, average $11-$12 hour pay; must take training and be licensed by the State of Arkansas Insurance Department; Board decides case by case if any previous record of crime.
Based on articles published in various newspapers throughout the state, navigators (or Ark. prefers the term in-person assister for individuals) have been hired from all walks of life...black, white, male, female, young and old, etc.
Not sure about other states, but with high unemployment in Arkansas, I’m sure lots of people applied for these jobs. It was up to the Arkansas Insurance Department to help get them trained and ready, as the state of Arkansas is one of the states that chose to go the partnership route with the federal government—a sharing of responsibilities.
Maybe others can comment on their states’ requirements. It’s pretty easy to find by doing a google search.