On Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto” on Wednesday, computer programmer and founder of McAfee, Inc. John McAfee said the online component of Obamacare “is a hacker’s wet dream” that will cause “the loss of income for the millions of Americans who are going to lose their identities.”
For starters, McAfee said the way it is set up makes it possible for fake websites be set up to fool people to think they’re signing up for Obamacare.
“It’s seriously bad,” McAfee said. “Somebody made a grave error, not in designing the program but in simply implementing the web aspect of it. I mean, for example, anybody can put up a web page and claim to be a broker for this system. There is no central place where I can go and say, ‘OK, here are all the legitimate brokers, the examiners for all of the states and pick and choose one.’”
Morons! Also, please understand that Obama Care will end privacy rights
The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.
When clicking “let’s get started” on the state-run health insurance marketplace “kynect,” the user is quickly prompted to a “WARNING NOTICE.”
“This is a government computer system and is the property of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,” it states. “It is for authorized use only regardless of time of day, location or method of access. “
“Users (authorized or unauthorized) have no explicit or implicit expectation of privacy,” the disclaimer reads. “Any or all uses of this system and all files on the system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected, and disclosed to authorized state government and law enforcement personnel, as well as authorized officials of other agencies, both domestic and foreign.”
Such information includes Social Security numbers. When calling kynect to enroll in the marketplace a person is told to have their Social Security card, immigration status, pay stubs, alimony payments, student loan information, and current health insurance information at the ready.
How bad is Obama Care? Catastrophic!
Neil Cavuto responded today, in a powerful opening statement, to Obama’s latest attack against the First Amendment and freedom of the press. Obama, fresh from using the NSA to spy on the Associated Press and James Rosen, a FOX News reporter, is back to attacking one of his favorite targets, FOX News, the only major network who doesn’t completely work for the Obama regime. Watch below (followed by text) to see Cavuto’s response:
NEIL CAVUTO: This just in. This has just got to stop:
OBAMA: If you’ve talked to somebody who said, ‘Well, I don’t know. I was watching FOX News and they said this is horrible…”
NEIL CAVUTO: Mr. President, we at FOX News are not the problem. I hate to break it to you, sir. you are. Your words are, your promises are. We didn’t sell this healthcare law, sir. You did. Remember this?
OBAMA: If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period.
NEIL CAVUTO: Not so. Mr. President, tell that to tens of thousands of retirees at IBM and Time Warner and dozens of others, who have been dumped from their coverage and told to find their own coverage. Now, FOX News didn’t break that news to them, Mr. President, their companies did.
FOX News didn’t push more of those firms to hire part-time workers, your healthcare law did.
FOX News didn’t incentivize fast-food restaurants to scale back their benefits, your healthcare law did.
FOX News didn’t make doctors want to opt out, your health care did.
FOX News didn’t make insurance premiums skyrocket, your health care law did that.
Just like FOX News did not grant hundreds of exemptions to companies that needed them, you did.
And FOX News didn’t delay one key provision after another, including (just today) online enrollment for those small business exchanges. You did that, sir.
Just like it wasn’t FOX News that said, “We had to pass this to see what was in this.” You did. Or, was that Nancy Pelosi? Sometimes, I’m confused. but of this I am not.
FOX News didn’t redo basic math. sir, you did.
FOX News didn’t say you can cover 30 million more Americans and not see a hit in premiums, you did.
FOX News didn’t say you could throw in those with pre-existing conditions and not have to pay for it, you did.
FOX News didn’t all but say you can get something for nothing. You did.
FOX News didn’t come back years later and say, “Oh yeah, we did raise some taxes.” You did, just the other night.
Here’s where you are right about FOX News, however, Mr. President. We were on this very early. We can do math, and did. You cannot and did not. We said it and proved it. You didn’t and we’re suffering for it.
Take it from the numbers guy here at FOX. Numbers don’t lie. The number of Americans working part-time and nervous, the number of retirees days away from being dumped on exchanges, and anxious. The number of company bosses with news to pass along on those exchanges, still clueless. The number of doctors who want out. The number of congressmen opting out.
No, Mr. President, none of those numbers lie, but with all due respect, sir, I can only conclude, you do.
I know, I know, I know, you hate us at FOX, but please, please, look in a mirror and fast. You think we’re the skunk at your picnic, but that does not mean we are the ones that stink, because that smell account isn’t coming from the folks reporting on your law. Mr. President, that smell is your law.
Love this! We need MORE, not less of Conservatives who do not allow Liberal mouthpieces to control the dialogue
Johnson is my Representative, and a crook, who the morons that live in my district reelected even though she had just been exposed as a crook. Here on Cavuto, she can’t even answer a simple question. One big issue today is that politicians cannot give a simple, principled answer anymore. I guess they prefer looking like stammering, double-talking fools, to actually taking a stand!By the way, Cavuto should have not apologized.Vodpod videos no longer available.
First watch this video, via Newsbusters here is the transcript if you prefer
O’DONNELL: That’s right. The Romney family definition of an Olympic athlete is a person who participates in the purchase of an Olympic athlete, in this case, a horse that the Romneys own. Now, Mitt Romney has always told the story of the family’s entry into the breathtakingly expensive so-called sport of dressage as a therapeutic option for Ann Romney’s multiple sclerosis.
ROMNEY: Yes, it’s the sport of dressage. Not many people are familiar with it, but something for which she has a passion, and frankly, her getting back on a horse after she was diagnosed with MS was able, she’s convinced, to help her regenerate her strength and renew that vigor.
O’DONNELL: Now, this is not in any way to make light of Ann Romney’s difficulty with MS, it’s obviously a very difficult thing to bear. And there are a lot of things you can do to try to deal with MS. But, come on, dressage does not appear in any of the more traditional courses of treatment. And if it’s true that dressage is how wildly rich people deal with this very difficult personal health problem, then why, why does the horse appear on Mitt Romney’s tax return as a business expense, that in 2010 produced a $77,000 business deduction. Not a healthcare deduction, a business deduction for the Romney Limited Liability Corporation that owns the horse as a business.
Mitt Romney was afraid to identify a single tax deduction that he would eliminate or reduce, but I think we can be sure that the Olympic athlete in the Romney family, the horse that masquerades as Ann’s horse, but that is never actually ridden by Ann, would continue to be a fake deductible business expense if Mitt and Ann ever get to watch their Olympic athlete on a TV in the White House.
UGH! How awful, and despicable can this clown get? Really O’Donnell? REALLY? You are willing to poke fun at the wife of a candidate for dealing with MS in her own way? You are a foul excuse for a human being, there is no other way to put it. But, Neil Cavuto, of Fox News has some words for you Larry namely HORSES ASS!
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In 2005, the Supreme Court handed down one of its worst decisions ever in a case known as Kelo v. New London. In that case, the Supreme Court (on which current Chief Justice John Roberts did not yet serve) affirmed the right of the City of New London, Connecticut to seize the houses of about sixty residents of a neighborhood in New London, and turn the land on which they sat over to a private developer who had promised to develop a shopping center and high rise condominiums that would bring more revenues to the cash starved city.
Ms. Kelo, a middle class single woman who owned “a little pink house,” one of the sixty condemned, sued the City of New London. She wanted to keep her house. She didn’t understand why the City of New London had a right to steal it from her in order to enrich a private developer. The Supreme Court disagreed with her. They ruled that the City of New London could, in fact, steal her house, and the houses of her neighbors.
After the ruling, the City of New London purchased the little pink house from Ms. Kelo, and sold it for $1 to a preservationist who moved it off the development property. The other houses were purchased and demolished. The development, however, never panned out. Today, where Ms. Kelo’s house and neighborhood once stood, an empty field filled with trash and broken glass now stands, a testament to the over-reaching arrogance of the state, as affirmed by the United States Supreme Court.
What is Donald Trump’s opinion of this travesty?
In a July 2005 interview with Neil Cavuto on Fox News, he publicly stated that he was 100% in favor of the Supreme Court’s decision to allow the City of New London to take Ms. Kelo’s house.
“But I happen to agree with it [the Supreme Court decision in Kelo v. New London] 100 percent, not that I would want to use it. But the fact is, if you have a person living in an area that’s not even necessarily a good area, and government, whether it’s local or whatever, government wants to build a tremendous economic development, where a lot of people are going to be put to work and make area that’s not good into a good area, and move the person that’s living there into a better place — now, I know it might not be their choice — but move the person to a better place and yet create thousands upon thousands of jobs and beautification and lots of other things, I think it happens to be good.”
So, to remind you, Justices Scalia, Thomas, Alito and Roberts, also known as the Supreme Court Justices with brains, voted AGAINST this abomination of a ruling.
So, I ask, how is it that Trump is a Conservative?
Hot Air has the video and it is awesome! I love Cavuto in this clip. He puts the pinhead Congressman in his place several times, the Congressman’s response to the dressing down? He whines that Cavuto is rude. Clearly these politicians never ever think they are going to be questioned.