Remember the famous words of then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi when she told America that we need to pass Obamacare in order to find out what’s in it? The closer we get to the full implementation of Obamacare, the more we are learning what all is involved with Obama’s socialized medicine.
One of the latest surprises is learning that Obamacare is going to use up to 17,000 librarians from coast to coast to help Americans sign up for mandatory health insurance. Virtually every library in the country has computers available for public use. Those computers have access to the internet.
Julie Bataille, spokeswoman for the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services explained:
“Libraries are a tremendous resource for people in their communities. They’re already a destination many individuals go to when they’re seeking out information and understanding on a variety of issues.”
Beginning October 1, the government expects up to 7 million uninsured Americans to start signing up for coverage before the January 1 deadline. Programs are being developed to help train librarians to help the public use the library computers to sign up for their health care.
Who knows what other surprises we’ll get from Obamacare? The next thing you know, we’ll probably be asked by grocery store cashiers if we want to add government healthcare to our shopping order before checking out. Or perhaps you’ll pull up to the drive thru of a fast food place and they’ll ask you if want sweet and sour, ketchup and minimum health coverage with your order.