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Sebelius totally re-establishes America’s confidence: It’s possible for convicted felons to become Obamacare navigators

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By Doug Powers  •  November 6, 2013 01:50 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

In a Senate hearing about Obamacare, Kathleen Sebelius testified before the Finance Committee about what she didn’t know, when she didn’t know it, and what she’s doing to fix it.

All the talk about “system security” doesn’t mean a thing as long as the identity thieves can simply get jobs as Obamacare navigators:

“So a convicted felon could be a navigator and acquire sensitive personal information?” Cornyn asked.

“That is possible,” Sebelius acknowledged. “We have contracts with organizations and they have taken the responsibility to screen the individual navigators and make sure they are sufficiently trained for the job.”

Sebelius said that screening potential navigators for criminal backgrounds is “not part of the federal requirement.” If crooks are smart they’ll first start by creating an account through the website — sometimes the system will just give you somebody else’s confidential information.

Those who Sebelius says have been contracted to take responsibility to ensure navigators are on the up-and-up wouldn’t include organizations like this one, would they?

This can’t end well.

**Written by Doug Powers

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