Thursday, August 08, 2013
Despite repeated assurances that the ObamaCare data hub is on schedule, a government audit finds that vital security measures to protect private information likely won't be ready by Oct. 1. The implications are profound.As far back as December 2012, Obama administration officials were insisting that the data hub at the center of the ObamaCare exchanges was nearly finished.Yet all the while, they were pushing back deadlines or missing them altogether, to the point where, unless ObamaCare's launch is delayed, millions of people's privacy will be at risk.Obama officials may, in fact, have flat-out lied to lawmakers about the data hub's progress.
Well, of course they lied. This is the age of Obama. It's what they do.