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As you’ll see in the video below, there’s “no reasonable expectation of privacy” in Obamacare. If so, who is likely to have access to whatever personal information you input into the Obamacare website? Other governmental entities? All
other governmental entities? Private corporations? Possible employers?
Is the lack of privacy on the Obamacare website merely accidental? Just another one of government’s endless series of screw-ups?
Or, is the lack of privacy evidence that a fundamental purpose for Obamacare is to collect personal information on everyone who signs up and then freely disperse that information to everything that currently counts as, or is closely associated with, “government”?
Even though the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) has been described as President Obama’s “signature legislation” (the primary achievement of his administration), there are recent reports that President Obama doesn’t want his name associated with that Act. In other words, Obama doesn’t want people to refer to the law as “Obamacare”.
Even Obama is trying to distance himself from “Obamacare”.
Maybe we could change the name to “Democare”–but I doubt the Democrats would agree to be tarred with that brush, either.
Hmm . . . how ’bout “Anonymous-care” or “Faceless-Bureaucrat-Care? Then we can’t know who’s responsible so nobody gets blamed, right? Or, maybe “Terrorist-care” so we can blame Al Caida rather than Obama. How ’bout “Commie-Care”? Now, there’d be some truth in advertising!
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