Healthcare.gov helps you to make your personal life a property of Government’s scrutiny!
According to Natural News, in mid-October, Forbes’ Avik Roy, who has been writing regularly about the pitfalls and expected pitfalls of Obamacare, wrote: “A growing consensus of IT experts, outside and inside the government, have figured out a principal reason why the website for Obamacare’s federally-sponsored insurance exchange is crashing. Healthcare.gov forces you to create an account and enter detailed personal information before you can start shopping. This, in turn, creates a massive traffic bottleneck, as the government verifies your information and decides whether or not you’re eligible for subsidies. HHS bureaucrats knew this would make the website run more slowly. But they were more afraid that letting people see the underlying cost of Obamacare’s insurance plans would scare people away.”
Roy’s story largely went unnoticed. Now, however, thanks to information surprisingly uncovered by CBS News, it appears that Roy’s story was correct: “CBS News has uncovered a serious pricing problem with HealthCare.gov. It stems from the Obama administration’s efforts to improve its health care website. A new online feature can dramatically underestimate the cost of insurance.”
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In a recent disclosure of updated historical budget data for the federal government, the Congressional Budget Office reported a deficit of $1.087 trillion for fiscal year 2012, marking the fourth straight year – and the only four-year stretch in history – that federal spending was more than a trillion dollars over what the government received in revenue.
As per CNSNews.com: “Last year’s $1.087 trillion deficit was even greater in inflation-adjusted dollars than the peak World War II deficit of fiscal 1943 – which was $54.554 billion in 1943 dollars and $723.8714 billion in 2012 dollars, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics online inflation calculator.”
In addition, the deficit remained at a higher percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) over the course of Obama’s first term than at any time since the end of the Second World War (which ended in fiscal year 1946 and began in June 1945; the war officially ended with Japan’s surrender Sept. 2, 1945).
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