Why on earth would corporations take action to prop up a failing government’s signature unpopular program? With all the negatives surrounding the disastrous roll out and continuous dis-functionality of the $650 million ObamaCare website coupled with the cancellation of millions of policies, and the stories of the horrific price shock many are hit with, two giant corporation throw out a lifeline, why?
It won’t make the website work, won’t stop the cancellations, won’t help with the price increases, but it will give the administration and the lapdog media something to tout to counter all the negativity.
This ‘good news’ by Wal*Mart and Walgreens provides cover for the administration and RINO traitors who are out to destroy the America we have believed in. They will undoubtedly deflect the bad news with this.
If the two giants really wanted to help people why wouldn’t they just do this for all people in need, why limit the help to ObamaCare enrollees?
by JOHN NOLTE 2 Jan 2014
In what you can interpret as either an act of corporate altruism, corporate lobbying, or a mix of both, two giant retailers -- Walmart and Walgreens -- have agreed to save the Obama Administration from who knows how many horror-story anecdotes by agreeing to fill 30 days of free prescriptions for ObamaCare enrollees. The question is, though, what happens to the data and patient information these retailers collect?
When you have two of the biggest retailers in the country collecting untold amounts of personal health information from who knows how many people seeking free prescriptions, in the wake of revelations surrounding domestic NSA and Justice Department spying (on reporters!), it is not unreasonable to worry about this. We also know that a number of large corporations have apparently cooperated with the federal government's data grabs.
According to one Walgreens pharmacist Breitbart News spoke with Tuesday, in April the DEA started requiring pharmacies to ask an increased number of medical questions and show a photo ID for certain medications. There have also been reports that through ObamaCare the federal government is compiling data based on a series of new and intrusive question doctors are required to ask.
Big Business has already shown a willingness to share data with the government and to help big government programs like ObamaCare succeed and there is just no question that the federal government is escalating its intrusion into what should be the most personal information of all -- the status of our personal health.