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Health Care Bill - Insurance Smart (RFID) Card

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posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 01:44 PM
If you weren't opposed to the health care reform bill before, you may be now. Not only does the bill call for new panels and commissioners to effectively regulate and ration health care, the worst part may be a few paragraphs on page 163 of the drafted bill

"1 (D) increasing electronic exchange of
administrative and clinical data; and

(2) INSURANCE SMART CARD.—Promoting the
19 issuance of electronic insurance cards, with privacy
20 protections, to reduce administrative difficulties and
21 confusion for providers and patients. (p.163)"

They don't specify what standard privacy is held to. This means that the government will know if your complying to your drug regimen, if your vaccines are up-to-date, and if you had the flu shot. The only way to have privacy in this scenario would be to not go to the doctor or hospital.

Retail pharmacies will be able to target customers and adjust their stores accordingly. Wal-Mart will know how much of which over the counters to order, based on complaints you have made to the doctor.

Of course, main stream media hasn't reported on this. Radio frequency devices are going to infiltrate all aspects of society until the only left to chip is us.

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posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 01:56 PM
Sad part is that there is no way to stop them from pushing this agenda through.

You can write and call your representatives till your blue in the face and they will still find time to ignore you.

People wanted change and voted in change. I only hope that they don't regret that change when all is said and done.

We are spending 1 trillion plus to insure 16 to 20 million Americans. In the end, many will still be left uninsured.

Despite the hype, this plan will not cover every American. It is just another intrusion into the lives of ordinary Americans.

posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 02:03 PM
reply to post by BenIndaSun

Can you post your link so I can pull up that page.......thanks

posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 02:12 PM

Health Care Bill

posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 02:48 PM
Another reason to quit working.

They can't force you to pay $1000 a year for a complete invasion of privacy. Naw they can keep it thank you very much.

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