Author Topic: Krauthammer: A Healthcare.Gov Security Breach is a Catastrophe "Waiting to Happen"  (Read 338 times)

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yep...the Regime is denying this is a problem because nobody has been victimized yet.  An amazing defense considering the enormous kerfluffle going on with the NSA "scandal" right now, where not one single victim has ever been identified.  Not one.

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yep...the Regime is denying this is a problem because nobody has been victimized yet.  An amazing defense considering the enormous kerfluffle going on with the NSA "scandal" right now, where not one single victim has ever been identified.  Not one.

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This is a non issue. Not because it isn't important, but because it will never see the light of day. Assume healthcare.gov is hacked and identities are stolen. So what? Who will know about it? The msm won't touch the story. If Fox covers it, only people like you and I will hear about it. The general public will remain uninformed and unconcerned.

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This is a non issue. Not because it isn't important, but because it will never see the light of day. Assume healthcare.gov is hacked and identities are stolen. So what? Who will know about it? The msm won't touch the story. If Fox covers it, only people like you and I will hear about it. The general public will remain uninformed and unconcerned.

That information will be as tightly kept as Eishenhower's D-Day invasion plans and even the MSM won't know it.
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