Aug 05, 2010 12:56 PM GMT
NorthAmericanJock saidRFID technology. Your privacy potentially being violated. Not to mention would you be the first human infected by a computer virus or hacked into! Lol. Of course they are trying to promote it by saying its beneficial to us. It will help in medical treatment/ patient identification, locate you, bank accounts, operate your car with it to prevent theft as well. Fight immigration even. All sorts of identification purposes. They use it in dogs & livestock as well. Basically a way of tracking.
So... would you want this National I.D. card implanted in you? Whether you consider the benefits of it or if there is an ulterior motive to this technology.
So when healthcare evolves into this new way of doing things, I wonder will we really have a choice. Despite it all, the gov't has other ways, things they should have done to fight immigration, etc. I don't need something surgically implanted in me. So hell no!
Why? Why not? What if they made you? Would you be outraged or willing?
Wilton saidAmazing. How come the right-wingers had no complaints when the Bush Administration was perpetrating the most serious assaults on citizen privacy in our history? Indeed, most actively supported warrantless wiretaps, interception of e-mail, warrantless searches, and countless other abuses.
And when Democrats wanted Congressional oversight, investigations & accountability the Republicans stonewalled those efforts, giving the Bush Administration unprecedented free rein. Pure, unadulterated hypocrisy, reflecting a scornful belief that the American people have such short memories that you can pull the wool over their eyes and get away with anything these days.
MunchingZombie saidYes, and how about the Zionist Illuminati and the World Bank!
GOOGLE RON PAUL!
mocktwinkie saidToo bad he'll never get elected because liberals hate his free market and small government principles
DoomsDayAlpaca saidEveryone knows it was bush who pushed for the REAL I.D. Aka, the national RFID card...right?Yep. It was around the time when he pushed for wiretapping et al. But then it got silenced...but I've been watching it online and keeping up with it silently. That's all I have to say about it at this time.
There have been complaints, believe me. Bush is a bad example of a small government conservative. But at the end of the day issues boil down to choosing between bad and worse. Republicans may be bad but democrats are worse.