Today at National Review Online, John Fund, a contributor, has the undercover footage collected by James O'Keefe exposing corruption at multiple levels in the process of signing up for Obamacare.
The article touches on the real concerns over security of the applicants. The undercover video is shocking showing navigators encouraging applicants to lie on their applications to keep their premiums down. It also exposes those "supportive organizations" that are suppose to be non-partisan are actually appendages of the Democrat party.
Michael Astrue served as commissioner of Social Security until earlier this year, and in the 1990s served as general counsel for HHS. He wrote in The Weekly Standard last month that he is genuinely frightened of the lax security surrounding the Obamacare website, and the fact that navigators will access the federal data hub to help people enroll:
HHS opened the door to large-scale fraud by providing funding for tens of thousands of “navigators”—people who are supposed to persuade the uninsured to apply for coverage and then assist them in the application process. Instead of hiring well-screened, well-trained, and well-supervised workers, HHS decided to build political support for the Affordable Care Act by pouring money into supportive organizations so they could launch poorly trained workers into their communities without obtaining criminal background checks or creating systems for monitoring their activities.