POSTED: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 5:17pm
UPDATED: Monday, August 26, 2013 - 1:07pm
Tyler, Texas (KETK) — We are getting closer and closer to the sign up date for "Obamacare."
A lot of it is not ready and the entire thing has turned into a big mess with unanswered questions.
We passed it and Nancy Pelosi still cannot tell what's in it.
One thing that is in it right now, is the lack of privacy.
I have no doubt you've already heard about this.
The Feds are paying good money to hire "navigators" to help those who cannot figure out all the "ins and outs" and paperwork.
You don't necessarily have to have a talent, but believe in the president and do what he wants you to do.
Another good thing about getting a job like this, it seems if you are a believer and can fog a mirror you're in.
These federal navigators don't have to be screened.
One of the most private things a person has is their health care records and if I work with you, I don't need to know your medical facts or diseases you have.
But these "navigators," who are dealing with your most private information, will not have to be screened by the federal government, while people rummaging through your bags at the airport at least have training and screening.
Right now, there is no guarantee of privacy from these folks, or the things they or you enter into a computer. There is no guarantee of privacy with any of that yet.
Right now, the mantra is just get it going, although we don't know where the train is heading.
This is all a big mistake.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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