When you hear the President, Jay Carney and other supporters talk about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), they’d have you believe it’s a big success. They paint a picture of tons of traffic to Healthcare.gov and state-run exchange websites… millions of Americans getting lower-cost, higher-quality health insurance… and ObamaCare contractors working diligently to process millions of applications.

However, just like the President’s famous claim “If you like your plan, you can keep you plan” – none of these are true.

ObamaCare FraudWhat have these insurance workers really done? In two locations in Missouri and Kentucky the answer is: Most of the time, absolutely nothing.

Last Wednesday, two whistleblowers told St. Louis TV station KMOV that employees at an ACA processing center in Wentzville, MO  are paid to do nothing but sit at their computers. The facility is run by British company Serco, which has a $1.2 billion contract to process paper health insurance applications under ObamaCare.

Lavonne Takatz – who used to work at the Wentzille facility – said she and other workers played games or slept because there was nothing for them to do. She and other workers said company and government supervisors knew they were being paid to do little or no work at all. “We played Pictionary. We played 20 Questions. We played Trivial Pursuit,” said Takatz.

In some cases, the boredom led to gossiping and fights. Monica Colvin, who worked at the Wentzville facility until January, said co-workers pushed her and unplugged her computer, and eventually she had to visit a doctor for anxiety and depression.

“When I got there (to work), my blood pressure was almost at the stroke point,” Colvin claimed.

Why are these employees still being paid with little or no work to do? Just follow the money. Serco gets reimbursed by the federal government based on the number of employees on the payroll, not how many applications are processed.

In response to these revelations, some members of Congress want answers. Senator Roy Blount (R-MO) and Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) have co-authored a letter to Marilynn Tavenner, administrator of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, asking Tavenner to respond to a dozen questions about these allegations of fraud and waste.

Government corruption, fraud and waste are nothing new, but the Obama Administration has taken these to all-time highs.

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