IRS is adding 2000 unqualified employees (think TSA screening agents all over again) by next year to decide whether or not you, your employer and/or your insurance provider are complying with all 47 changes to the tax code made by Obamacare. They will do this, in part, by creating a national database that includes all your personal info, then hoping Anonymous (or China) isn't able to hack into it any time soon.
Anyone else at all concerned by how many individual places there will be for this to get screwed up and land you in court or in jail?Answer Question
Gosh, what could possibly go wrong?
Our government can't even seem to keep track of terrorists that they put in protective custody. Nothing like forgetting to add their witness protected names to the no fly list.
I think no matter what, it will be harder for you to prove that you aren't breaking a law with regards to Obamacare than it will be for them to prove that you are breaking a law.
But why bother reading a bill before passing it? That takes all of the fun out of finding out what's in it when we can't do anything about it. Fucking idiots.
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