During a Senate Finance Comittee hearing in April, Sen. Max Baucus asked the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius: "What's a Navigator?"
The Senator asked her that question because, at that time, he felt very few people knew what a Navigator was.
However, after Secretary Sebelius admitted to Sen. John Cornyn, during a senate hearing last week, that convicted felons could potentially become Navigators, because there is no federal requirement for them to undergo criminal background checks - and, after an undercover camera crew recently filmed Obamacare Navigators advising applicants to lie on their enrollment forms to avoid higher insurance premiums - there is no doubt that most Americans now know with absolute clarity what a Navigator is.
But apparently, the ever-prescient Curly - of the Three Stooges - was already able to foresee, in his time, what a Navigator is. See the video below.
If only Curly were alive today, Sen. Baucus could have asked him the question.