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Obamacare Will Track Americans’ Sexual Activities

http://silverunderground.com/2013/09/obamacare-will-track-am...

Under Obamacare, doctors will be required to keep track of patients’ sexual habits during each visit, whether or not these personal details relate to the illness in question, or risk facing penalties. Meanwhile, a bureaucrat working to implement Obamacare just accidentally leaked 2,400 Social Security numbers to an insurance agent. What would happen if a bureaucrat or hacker leaked records of patients’ sexual activities or sexually-transmitted diseases?

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unlikely event that I should determine my doctor needed to know ANYTHING about my sexual activities, I would share the same with him. But to date, any sexual questions have been answered with, "None of your business." Of course, those questions have been on questionnaires, not asked face-to-face. I really just cannot 'see' my doctor verbally asking those types of questions.

Anyway, if I don't share anything about my sexual activities, I guess there's nothing to pass on...

I know the world has changed, but I just do not have any interest in anybody else's sex life! I don't care about anybody else's sex life.
Freaks!

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...ughhhhhhh

Well tell ya what. I don't smoke, drink, have sex or take medications. I don't walk, run, jump or hop. I have no guns or knives. All I do is sit in the dark, drink distilled water and eat tofu. How bout that.

The leak of the social security numbers

Is getting somewhat misreported, its still a leak and totally unjustified. What happened is the social security numbers leaked were insurance agents SS numbers and went to another agent/broker by mistake. He promptly reported it. Many states have used the SS number as the insurance agents license number. Most states have changed that practice and now use a different number.

"A MNsure employee accidentally sent an e-mail file to an Apple Valley insurance broker’s office on Thursday that contained Social Security numbers, names, business addresses and other identifying information on more than 2,400 insurance agents".

Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/2013/09/15/obamacare-employee-acci...