In the past couple of weeks we’ve seen huge amounts of data and transparency being brought out to the people. I sat down last night and started reviewing the literally hundreds of links that the research team have pulled up in just the month of October so far and the task of trying to organize them into an article was so daunting…. that I decided to read a book instead, lol.
I will put a few of the links below for you to wade through at your leisure.
The last few days we’ve had several very interesting conversations in the various Skype rooms, one of which is directly linked to this topic, so I’ll copy it here:
I guess by any benchmark you want to use, Obamacare is considered a ‘failure’ thus far: Only 51,000 people filled out Obamacare applications in its first week
According to the CBO, Obamacare needs at least 7 million people to enroll in order to remain solvent. In its first week, only 51,000 applied and even fewer enrolled. Needless to say, this is a disastrous opening two weeks and an embarrassing failure by all accounts.
.even the 51K people are suspect….
Obamacare is imploding. But thanks to the government shutdown, everyone is talking about the implosion of the GOP instead. The shutdown drama has distracted from the fact that Obamacare’s debut is worse than many realize — and it threatens the fundamental viability of the law itself. The administration claims the Obamacare online exchanges crashed because the Web site got more than 8 million hits in the first week. Please. You know how many people visit Amazon.com every week? More than 70 million. The difference is: 1.) Amazon seldom crashes, and 2.) on Amazon, people actually buy something.
Drudge gets that every day?
What´d be really funny is if the Obots thought this thing was supposed to really work.
They might even imagine it was a quick one-click maneuver away from SINGLE PAYER!
I can see them thinking ~ “once we get them signed up, we put the screws to them, then they´ll come over to the dark side”
Well, didn´t work that way ~ the Obots got it backwards, first off they screwed everybody, then showed them a screen saying they could(n’t) log in yet!
Buried in the source code of Healthcare.gov is this sentence that could prove embarrassing: “You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system.” Though not visible to users and obviously not intended as part of the terms and conditions, the language is nevertheless a part of the underlying code for the “Terms & Conditions” page on the site.
I guess that all that HIPPA malarkey has gone by the boards now.