Yet another Obamacare website fiasco developed over the weekend—and The Heritage Foundation got the scoop.
After discovering his existing insurance plan was being canceled because of Obamacare, North Carolina resident Justin Hadley signed up for an account on HealthCare.gov. When Hadley logged on later to review his options, on his screen popped up the eligibility information for a different family from another state.
This breach of privacy and data security is far from the only problem that has surfaced with the health care website. It’s just one in a long list that keeps growing. Everything from people getting locked out of the website, to invalid premium statement information, to the Obama administration’s a lack of honesty about the website’s problems.
Besides the privacy of millions of Americans being threatened, citizens’ freedoms, consciences, and pocketbooks are being violated as well. Not to mention, President Obama went back on one of his biggest promises of all:if you like your health insurance, you can keep it.
What do you think of this latest Obamacare failure?