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Another Reason Why I’m Opting Out

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Not that ObamaCare is a train-wreck and a travesty to the health care industry in general – as well as a Socialist killjoy to free-market medical coverage, but now, I have another reason:

Identity Theft

Turns out we have a story out of Kansas of a so-called ObamaCare Navigator (someone who is supposed to help people unable to figure out O-crap-care’s inner workings) who has a history.  Rosilyn Wells of Laurence, Kansas has:

1) An outstanding arrest warrant
2) History of writing bad checks
3) A bankruptcy
4) An outstanding tax bill of $1700

Yet, ObamAd, Inc has her on the rolls as a Navigator.

Thing is, Navigators have privileged access to people’s personal data. And with a woman like this, one who has a pattern on financial issues, it would seem to me she has no business being a Navigator.

But how many people out there are on the rolls as a Navigator, yet don’t engender the trust worthy of such a posting? How many scammers are out there, just waiting to abuse their privileges. It’s too easy.

So, where I certainly wasn’t interested in getting scammed by the new insurance mandates, now, I don’t even want to be near them. I’m trying to keep what little money I actually have.

No thanks – I decline.


Written by The Rabid Conservative

October 14, 2013 at 11:36 am

Stupid People: ObamaCare or Affordable Care Act

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The best cure for anger is laughter.  And right now, here’s something worth laughing about.

So Jimmy Kimmel decides to do a “man-on-the-street” interview that asks the question, “Which plan is better, ObamaCare or the Affordable Care Act”.

The thing is, the conservative message is getting out there.  People are more and more against ObamaCare because it 1) forces them to buy a product they don’t want, 2) is socialistic, 3) full of holes.  People are seeing these things, but through the ObamaCare nickname, the people are basically being fed a strawman argument.

Consequently, these people are for the Affordable Care Act (lol!) because it 1) allows kids to stay on their parents’ insurance plan until they are 26, 2) forbids denial of coverage for pre-existing conditions, and 3) require companies that have 50 or more employees to provide insurance for their employees.

So, let’s watch how the “informed” American public compares the two “very different” programs.

Written by The Rabid Conservative

October 2, 2013 at 3:49 pm

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