DataRaping by our Protectors

To enable the raping of your private data, your data has to first be available. With the news reports of federal and state data collection making waves across the land, we would be wise to suppose that there are even more examples of this travesty yet to come.

Enter ObamaCare. According to, we now have the pleasure of seeing how one more set of programs is ready to take, store and share our data without our consent. All we have in place of our violated information is the “promise” that it will be treated with due respect. The horse is gone, don’t bother with the barn door. Or, in keeping with the title of this post, after the rape is done, why pledge trust?

Move over NSA, here comes the Obamacare Big Brother database

This paragraph, lifted from the article, spells it out.

“The massive, centralized database will include comprehensive personal information such as income and financial data, family size, citizenship and immigration status, incarceration status, social security numbers, and private health information. It will compile dossiers based on information obtained from the IRS, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration, the Office of Personnel Management, the Social Security Administration, state Medicaid databases, and for some reason the Peace Corps. The Data Hub will provide web-based, one-stop shopping for prying into people’s personal affairs.”

We have seen the abuse of political opponents via the powers of federal agencies. We have seen how personal information can be “leaked” by unknown sources. We have seen how efforts to bring justice to the abusers meets with stonewalling and lies. If you are not concerned, you should be. Fighting these things is near impossible.

Nothing currently private will escape efforts at governmental collection for the good of the population at whole, and for your own personal protection. You can’t be trusted with private information. “They” might not know what you are up to. It’s only common sense that everything done and thought be under watchful eyes. Only in that kind of world can you be reasonably safe and fairly treated.

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