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Video - Democrats Hide Illegal Source Code In Obamacare That Will Deny Right to Privacy


Last Edited: November 25, 2013, 7:18 am

Democrats are sneaky little devils, ain't they? (And I do mean devils).

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!

Short video ----->  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOk0vOup4yA

All information you give Obamacare when you sign up and all your medical information will be available to whoever wants it. It'll be Public Information.

Privacy? Privacy, Senor? You don't need no stinkin' privacy!

Still wanna sign up, Democrats?

I say go for it, heh,heh,heh,heh,heh...

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four4meComment by four4me - November 25, 2013, 8:25 am
Peoples SS number links them to all kinds of information many gov agency's and the big 3 credit departments share that information. While your medical records are supposed to be private many times they are not.

How do you think the news media and the police have access to that information every time they are trying to apprehend or have captured a perp.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - November 25, 2013, 9:28 am
You're a loyal Democrat, four4me.
You're always johnny-on-the-spot to go along with the program and agree with the boss.
I still like ya though.
four4meComment by four4me - November 25, 2013, 11:49 am
Every time i every went to the VA clinic they asked me for my VA data patient card guess what number is on that card SS number a few years ago they took the SS number off the card but replaced it with a bar code guess what number is embedded in that code yes SS number. Its an identifier because supposedly everyone who has a SS card has a unique number that's only for them.

When i had HMO's they asked for name address an SS number.
Buy a new vehicle they ask for your SS number.
Finance a loan they ask for your SS number.

Do i like the fact that they asked me for it every time i have to conduct business with the hierarchy NO but there's no other way around it. I detest giving it out and avoid it at ever possible event.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - November 25, 2013, 5:15 pm
Yes, you give your SS number and private info to a lot of people for a lot of things. And you expect a reasonable degree of security to protect your private information.
But in this case they are going to allow access to your private information.
And they got caught adding this provision in a sneaky, clandestine manner.
They didn't want you to know about it until it happened.
And then when you complained, they would divulge the code that made it legal and covered their asses.
Pretty sleazy, huh?
Sounds like something Harry (the schmuck-weasel) Reid would do, doesn't it?
Aren't you proud to be a Democrat?
four4meComment by four4me - November 25, 2013, 7:41 pm
Alright wise man go down to your local legal gun shop and purchase a new weapon fill out everything and lie about never having been in a mental ward. When the purchase order is denied because you lied ... how do you think they new about your stay in the hospital. It's because all your records are tied to your SS number. And there isn't a   thing you can do about it.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - November 25, 2013, 11:24 pm
Man, I've seen people carry water for the Democrats before but you must be on the payroll.

You're citing a specific procedure prescribed by law that keeps specific criminals and nutjobs from buying guns. That's all the gun shops are told - if you have a felony on your record or a mental health issue that precludes you from buying a gun.

I'm talking about a wholesale dispersal of you and your family's most personal information to anyone who wants it at the discretion of some government bureaucrat schmuck/political hack.

And give due weight to the fact that they are specifically saying that your information won't be kept private. And remember, they tried to SNEAK that part in there without you noticing.

And you think that's ok? You have no qualms about what they got caught trying to do to us?

And when you say "there isn't a thing you can do about it" you're displaying the mindset and attitude that let's them know they can get away with a lot of this crap.

Because the truth is, there's a lot we can do about everything that goes on in this country. Do you think they are our bosses? I don't. They work for us. They're supposed to do the will of the people. We could shut down this whole government takeover of our healthcare by just refusing to sign up for it. But there are too many people with your attitude of "there's nothing we can do about it" that would never cooperate. And they're all bought and paid for with food stamps and free stuff.
four4meComment by four4me - November 26, 2013, 12:06 am
When i reply to post on here i do so with great effort i have been on VA healthcare off and on since i left the military. When i worked for companies i used the HMO care systems our company had. I'm not touting that our information should be compromised by the government i saying that peoples medical information while supposedly private is NOT PRIVATE hasn't been private for quite some time just like communication devices are being recorded without peoples knowledge well until recently we can moan and grow about it till the cows come home. What's in the Obama care bill got started with Hillary's health care reform i'll bet.

This country has been going to hell in a hand basket for a long time medical records communication devises and everything in between are compromised when these new fangled computers were developed that opened the doors for all sorts of corruption as i type these caricatures some server is collecting the data. That got started way back when the war on drugs came into being.

Am i happy about it NO I"M NOT but I'm only one man what chance would i have in correcting all these disparity's little or none. Now the only way anything is going to get resolved is if the majority of the people send a representive to congress with all our complaints about how government is being run. And while the majority of the country opposes the communication gaffle and hundreds of other things the country is opposed to You think getting rid of all dems is the answer well its not the pubs have an agenda too.

Get that old truck of yours gassed up and go before congress and tell them you dislike how the country's being run see how far that gets you.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - November 26, 2013, 12:27 am
Nobody has to gas up and go before Congress or anywhere else.
All we would have to do is say no, we ain't signing up for this bullsh!t.
En masse.
There won't be a train wreck if nobody gets on board because the train will never leave the station.
four4meComment by four4me - November 26, 2013, 4:20 am
Here's the sad part when you get a life insurance policy or health insurance of any kind your medical records are opened once opened they become available to other insurance sources they use these records to keep track of your medical health. That's why a lot of company won't hire a person because the do a background check and if your medical records pop up they might pass you over if you or your spouse and children have and illness that might cost the company more money to insure you when you add up the fact the many company's have 50 plus employees that cost to them and you can be alarming and above what they are willing to contribute on their behalf so that cost to you also rises.

Corporate America has many ways of finding just about anything on you if you left a paper trail. Or in the case now a computer generated trail.

Some of us older folk who never were ill or had anything major happen to them are probably in the clear but anyone born 25 years ago the paper/computer trail started at birth every shot they got every doctors visit and ever/ illness or hospital stay has a record.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - November 26, 2013, 7:37 am
Exactly, four4me,
And it's because we put up with it all these years.
And that was under the assurance that we would have privacy.
But now they are taking away any assurance of privacy.
They are putting it in the contract that you will have NO PRIVACY.
That means it's "come on down!" for ANYBODY who wants to inspect your personal medical records.
Are we going to just "put up with it" again?
I ain't.
Not me.
My people came here to escape tyranny and find freedom and liberty and opportunity.
So I ain't signing on to reinstitute tyranny here.
I ain't gonna "go along to get along."
I will not sell out the legacies and memories of my ancestors and what they went through to be part of this great experiment in this once great nation. I will not turn my back on the sacrifices they made fighting wars on land and sea and in the air to keep us free only to give up that precious freedom to the first tyrant who comes along.
I will NOT lay down for it.
I will NOT submit to it.
No way.
No how.
Ain't happenin'.
MADDOG10Comment by MADDOG10 - November 26, 2013, 10:25 am
I have to agree with Ridge on this one, point in hand They ( government ), work for us not the other way around. If we DO NOT sign up for this it will show the Government we want this country back.

You weren't asked to have Obamacare, IT was forced upon you, not the other way around, and if people can't see that , then yes they voted for the right person. A socialist will say, " it's the best for you " while forcing whatever he can down your throat, and preaching : SWALLOW.

In my opinion, people don't realize what he's done to America yet, because they're to far into themselves by saying this will never happen to me. Well, STOP,LOOK,LISTEN; it's right there...
four4meComment by four4me - November 26, 2013, 2:25 pm
I agree with what you both said also i'm saying the information is already on the information highway.

Obama care was voted on it's the law while me and my family don't have to abide by this law at this point in time. And many people will avoid signing up, refuse to sign up face hefty fines.

The only way out of this mess is to repeal the law, what band wagon do we jump on to get this going.

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