ObamaCare Exchange Website Also Offers Voter Registration For Some Reason
If you have the tech savvy and patience to sign up for ObamaCare, why not register to vote at the same time? By the way, don’t forget which party is giving you “free” healthcare. Wink.
We now come to the true purpose of the Affordable Care Act which can be summed up in the simple question: What does healthcare have to do with registering to vote?
Obamacare Exchange Website Asks Applicants to Register to Vote
The Obamacare exchange website is complicated to use and has seen more than a few glitches since it officially opened on October 1st, but the MacIver Institute has found that once you get through the application process, the website asks individuals to register to vote.
The MacIver Institute was trying to use HealthCare.gov to compare rates on the Wisconsin exchange on Thursday and Friday. This requires an individual to fill out an application before the rates can be seen. Unfortunately, the website crashed before premium rates could be compared.
However, prior to the website crashing, which was not the first time during the application process, it was discovered that the Obamacare website actually tries to register individuals to vote.
The link is optional, but the question remains, what does registering to vote have to do with signing up for Obamacare?
Here’s a screen capture from the report.
Democrats are always quick to claim there’s no such thing as voter fraud, unless a Republican wins of course, but this development should set off alarm bells for all American voters.
There are already reports of fraud within the ObamaCare exchanges.
UPDATE: Instapundit links. Thanks, Glenn!