A data center paid for by the Government with your paychecks to process government healthcare applications is still hiring employees even though the existing employees themselves have come forward as whistle blowers complaining that they spend days, or weeks even, not processing a single government healthcare application.
What kind of business could possibly survive by simply hitting refresh buttons every 10 minutes while no business comes across their desks? If you guessed public sector, congratulations, and claim a bonus for specifying ObamaCare. St Louis’ KMOV News looked into an ObamaCare contractor with a billion-dollar contract after hearing employee complaints that the well-motivated workforce is getting paid to do nothing — a whole lot of nothing. Hot Air
The moral and ethical dilemma is so severe, that people getting paid to do nothing are so mortified by it, that they’ve turned against their client…the U.S. Government, even though they could technically just shut up and milk it. That is part of the solution though isn’t it? If enough young Democrats actually get to see the colossal waste and abuse that occurs from the tax money taken from their own checks, they may one day cease to be Democrats and embrace something that actually works like…IDK…freedom or something.
The employee says hundreds of employees spend much of the day staring at computer screens, with little or no work to do. The reporter asks the employee, ‘Are there some days where a data entry person may not process one single application?’ ‘There are weeks when a data entry person would not process an application,’ the employee responds.
To put a cherry on the whole mold and fungus covered government healthcare lie, there is this massive hat tip to the power of raw socialism we have voted into existence via our ignorance and apathy:
“We have to break people away from the choice habit that everyone has,” said Marcus Merz, the chief executive of PreferredOne, an insurer in Golden Valley, Minn., that is owned by two health systems and a physician group. “We’re all trying to break away from this fixation on open access and broad networks.”
Did you get all that? The problem, according to Marcus Merz, is not the Government healthcare system, its all these stupid people that want the freedom to choose their own doctors, and hospitals and plans. The problem is that people don’t realize that the freedom to choose is simply a bad habit, like eating cake before bedtime, and they just need to kick it.
He’s saying that being able to choose is overrated, that having freedom is overrated, and that as soon as we can get Americans to get in line with doing what they are told to do instead of trying to make their own decisions, all these problems will go away.
We live in an America where we are being conditioned to believe that the freedom to choose is a BAD thing.
So how ’bout it? Is your freedom just a bad habit? Are you ok with the Government taking it from you? I guess so…more than half the country voted for it.
My favorite comment from the “Comments” section of the article; “Could be worse, they could get paid to do something.”