The Question No One Is Asking About Healthcare.Gov
|Meesa hand ovah the keys to the Republic for free healthcare for Gungans, okieday?|
In all of the headlines about the miserable failure that is the Healthcare.gov website, no one is asking this simple question:
Why do people have to go there to buy health insurance?
Why do people have to share their private information with the federal government in order to buy health insurance from a private company?
Why can’t people call an insurance agent, buy health insurance, save the receipt and file it with their taxes?
No one is asking why!
The rest of what’s going on, the $600 million (Operative BG) costs, the circular directions from the website to the phone number and back, the jacked up insurance prices for the one or two people who got through, and all of the press conferences and rattling of journalists’ sabers does nothing but add to the anxiety of the folks who, at the end of the day, want to get their 2014 health insurance plan.
Once the web site is fixed, the stressed out and anxious sheeple will flock there in droves like rednecks to a Walmart at 12:01 on Black Friday to share their information so they may finally sign up without hesitation!
Could it all be by design?
|Big Brother would very much like you to upload all of your personal information to a government website just so you can buy a product from a private company…no harm there…|