Sunday, July 28, 2013

Canada Free Presss: Obamacare’s Data Hub

The federal government is asking us to not only allow all of our information to be in one place, but to trust them with it

The Affordable Care Act is so despicable, even the Republicans are beginning to see the reality that it must be repealed, not replaced.

Barack Obama, and his minions, know that they are losing ground, and are doing whatever they can to get support back for the federal health care law, while targeting individuals, and handing out waivers to allies, and delaying business killing mandates against companies.  Never mind that from a constitutional perspective, regardless of what the ideology-influenced Supreme Court Justices say (remember, those people are supposed to be apolitical, but their rulings, and the opinions attached to those rulings, are telling us otherwise),health insuranceand health care in general, is not an authority granted to the federal government by the United States Constitution in the first place.

As time passes, the truth about the dangers that Obamacare poses become more and more apparent.  None of it surprises those that have opposed the monstrosity from the beginning, be it rising health care costs, rising insurance premiums, tyrannical mandates, and unworkable programs.  In fact, they have been illegally amending it just to try to make some of the components work.  It is so complex, the law is unworkable, unenforceable, and too general. . . by design.

Ultimately, the plan is for all hell to break loose, for the failure of the system to be astronomical, and then Obama stepping in to save the day with federally controlled socialized medicine (a.k.a. Single Payer).

When the IRS and NSA scandals surfaced, Americans began to become more aware of the dwindling liberties we are experiencing under the hidden iron fist of the current administration (while blaming it on the previous administration).  As we wade through the turmoil of the Zimmerman Trial aftermath, we are realizing how divisive this nation is becoming, by design, under the tutelage of the race-baiting manipulators of the Obama administration.  We are discovering, with the alphabet scandals, that our privacy does not belong to us anymore.  This government, under liberal control, is determined to know everything about us, and use that information to control our every move.  We are aware, we think, of the intrusion of the federal government into our lives. . . yet, the real danger, the real liberty killer, is within the pages of the massive Affordable Care Act.

Obamacare’s big brother database, for those of us that have been on task since the beginning, is of no surprise.  The Obama administration hired 16,000 more IRS agents to enforce Obamacare, and we know how the IRS likes to target anyone that opposes Obama.  With all of that additional personnel also comes a Data Hub that is a massive comprehensive database of personal information being established by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to implement the federally facilitated health insurance exchanges.

The presence of the idea of the centralized Data Hub is making some lawmakers nervous, and should be making you very nervous as well.

It brings to mind the famous quote by Ronald Reagan that essentially goes, “The most frightening words in the English language are, ‘Hi, we’re from the government, and we’re here to help.’”

The federal government has already shown that they can’t be trusted, and yet they are now doing what they can to access and store our personal information, all of it, in one location, under federal guardianship.  The potential for abuse with this Data Hub is enormous. The massive, centralized database will include comprehensive personal information such as income and financial data, family size, citizenship and immigration status, incarceration status, social security numbers, and private health information - though I wouldn’t doubt your political affiliation, and history, will be included, too. It will compile dossiers based on information obtained from the IRS, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration, the Office of Personnel Management, the Social Security Administration, state Medicaid databases, and for some reason the Peace Corps. The Data Hub will provide web-based, one-stop shopping for prying into everyone’s personal affairs.

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