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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Rules for Thee, not for Me!

Fuloydo sent me this and I wanted to share:
“States are required to notify in the event of a breach, the federal government is not,” he added. “So in the event that gets compromised and all their information gets taken out of it they don’t have to notify anybody.”  
So.  Not only is using the government website the equivalent of spending the night with a syphilitic crack whore.  It's spending the night with a syphilitic crack whore who is under no legal obligation to inform you that she just tested positive for HIV.

**Update** Here's a little more from Hotair:
Sen. Orrin Hatch has blasted the IRS part of the system as a “fraudster’s dream come true.”  The plan is to pay the credits and then verify the information later, a necessity because of the failure to develop the online systems for ObamaCare on time, and that means the IRS and HHS will spend lots of time trying to catch up to the checks. Hatch also argues that the nature of the law itself lends itself to fraud: 
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, described the subsidies as a “fraudsters dream come true.” 
“The very nature of these credits — pay first, verify a person’s income later — will lead to potentially hundreds of billions of dollars of improper payments and could put millions of American’s personal information at risk,” Hatch said in a statement. 
Hatch also suggested the IRS cannot fully address the vulnerabilities of the refund system because the problems are “deeply rooted in the law itself, referring to the health legislation. ”I fear the IRS will never be fully capable of ensuring that these refundable tax credits got to those who are truly eligible,” he said.

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