Monday, August 10, 2009

Nixonian enemies list in health care debate?

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A new White House tactic to control the message on health care reform has critics accusing the Obama administration of playing "Big Brother" and threatening the privacy of average Americans.

"No one expects that when they exercise their First Amendment rights to ask questions or complain about a proposed government program that they're going to be listed on a database in the White House," Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, told FOX News Thursday, saying the White House effort raises serious privacy concerns.

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2 comments:

Technology said...

It seems like people are understanding what they want from the proposed health plan then getting upset over nothing.

Riva said...

This is interesting. My question is, are CATS covered under family health care plan?