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No Cause For Concern

No Cause For Concern

Do not be alarmed. This is no cause for concern. It’s not as if the government put your medical records online. And Bush probably is to blame, anyway:


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Trust your government.

Oh for the love of God: who do we have working for the government? The people that the newspapers wouldn't take?

I'm laughing so hard it hurts!! More proof that Government employees are dumber than a sack of hammers. And these are the same clowns people want to run their healthcare, 'clean' air emissions, etc.??!! It's a case of Dumb and Dumber.

If you can go to a White House bash anytime, why couldn't you fly an airplane anywhere? Security is tougher at a jewelry store.

You can't blame this on Bush. The reality is, true terrorists probably had it all figured out anyway.

In these times more than any other there is not privacy; there is no security; there is no end to breaches.

On the bright side, the free colonoscopy you'll get before your next flight will help lower health care costs!

Read the following to get a preview of what your medical health "privacy" will be like after the federal government transfers everyone onto electronic health records:

http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/11/health_care_reform_in_the_brea.html

And let's not forget about the data breach involving the military records of 70 million veterans:

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/10/probe-targets-archives-handling-of-data-on-70-million-vets/

But, hey, what could go wrong?

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