Government pushes National ID After Sneaking Implantable Chips Into Health Care Bill

Posted on April 1, 2010. Filed under: Enemies of The State, General Info | Tags: , , , , |

Recently, WSJ online had an article discussing how Congress is moving forward on the Amnesty bill and including in the bill the National ID biometric cards for every citizen to carry. These cards would have our personal information loaded in the chip and would be required for every working citizen.

Real ID met with opposition by the American voters, and is still stalled in committee, so just as they did with the health care bill, they are being stealth by including National ID in the Amnesty bill, which most citizens also oppose. They will, once again, ignore the will of the people and no doubt pass this anyway.

Support is said to be bi-partisan with Sen. Lindsay Graham-nesty joining with Sen. Chuck Schumer to co-sponsor the bill.

Senator Graham is a traitor to Republicans across America and has said the small government contingent is not welcome in his party. It’s high time we tell him the tables are now turning. Either he tows the limited government line or he’s buying himself a one way ticket home.  South Carolina is a fairly conservative state, by nature, thus I am fairly confident the majority of citizens there will agree with that statement.

As if tone deaf to the majority of Americans on their health care non-reform was not enough, Congress is now plowing head long into National ID.

Furthermore, the new health care bill, as written, leads the way for citizens to have a mandated chip inserted in their bodies in order to provide our medical records on the spot. (see Subtitle C-11 Sec. 2521)  FDA long ago approved PSID (formerly VeriChip) for this purpose.  PSID is moving forward in Florida to test this in a voluntary capacity. Update link: http://southflorida.bizjournals.com/southflorida/stories/2009/03/02/daily71.html

I will bet the majority of Americans are unfamiliar with this portion of the bill.

Americans need to become aware of what is actually going on in Washington. Politicians want us to fight Democrat against Republican. The true fight is freedom and liberty versus slavery. Just as the Republicans freed the slaves the first time around, they need to reevaluate their priorities and do so again. Pay close attention to the battles ahead my friends, as by 2012 we may be too far gone to ever get our country, our freedom, our privacy and our liberty back.

Campaign for Liberty is sponsoring a petition to stop National ID. If you care to sign the petition please visit this link.

We will have more on our fight against the Amnesty Bill itself at a future date.

I would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter. I will be off until Monday night. In my absence, I will post a big brother alert Friday night, and over the weekend highlight a few documentaries from our WatchdogCentral.org Theater, which is available any time and full of free documentaries to inform and enlighten.

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News for 08/02/2009-Nothing Is What It Seems

Posted on August 2, 2009. Filed under: Enemies of The State, Soapbox | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Does AARP Think It’s OK to Kill Granny? Where is the Voice of ACLU on Cars.gov?  Why is the left silent? The more time passes the more I realize NOTHING is about what it seems to be about! Government is smoke and mirrors and EVERYONE needs to pay attention! Unless of course communist America is ok with you.

Cars.gov includes disclaimer they are able to track all your internet moves, computer files forever, just for logging on. http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jeff-poor/2009/07/31/beck-exposes-cash-clunkers-language-giving-feds-authority-take-control-co “Here is Cars.gov. Let’s say you go in, if I understand this right – I go in and I say, ‘I want to turn in my clunker.’ The dealer goes to Cars.gov, and then they hit submit transaction. Here it says, ‘Privacy Act & Security Statement,’ and you’re just like, ‘Oh, it’s the Privacy Act of 1974. Whatever, I agree. Now, this is how bad this system is.” “A warning box comes up, and it says, ‘This application provides to the DoT CARS system. When logged on to the CARS system, your computer is considered a federal computer system and it is property of the United States government,'” Beck read. “‘Any and all uses of this system and all files on this system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected, and disclosed to authorized CARS, DoT and law enforcement personnel, as well as authorized officials of other agencies, both domestic and foreign.'” Kimberly Guilfoyle, a legal analyst for Fox News interpreted the language to mean the government has very broad authority over your computer – including the ability to seize personal and private information.

 Blair Holt

Senate Bill SB-2009 will require us to put on our 2009 1040 federal tax form all guns that you have or own. It may require fingerprints and a tax of $50 per gun. This bill was introduced on Feb.. 24. This bill will become public knowledge 30 days after it is voted into law. This is an amendment to the Internal Revenue Act of 1986. This means that the Finance Committee can pass this without the Senate voting on it at all. The full text of the proposed amendment is on the U.S. Senate homepage, http://www.senate.gov/ You can find the bill by doing a search by the bill number, SB-2009. You know who to call; I strongly suggest you do. Please tell every gun owner you know. http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h45/text

White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s brother, a physician, appointed to Obama health care job admits killing old people is the only way to cut costs! http://www.nypost.com/php/pfriendly/print.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nypost.com%2Fseven%2F07242009%2Fpostopinion%2Fopedcolumnists%2Fdeadly_doctors_180941.htm

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, the brother of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. He has already been appointed to two key positions: health-policy adviser at the Office of Management and Budget and a member of Federal Council on Comparative Effectiveness Research. Emanuel bluntly admits that the cuts will not be pain-free. “Vague promises of savings from cutting waste, enhancing prevention and wellness, installing electronic medical records and improving quality are merely ‘lipstick’ cost control, more for show and public relations than for true change,” he wrote last year (Health Affairs Feb. 27, 2008). Savings, he writes, will require changing how doctors think about their patients: Doctors take the Hippocratic Oath too seriously, “as an imperative to do everything for the patient regardless of the cost or effects on others” (Journal of the American Medical Association, June 18, 2008). Yes, that’s what patients want their doctors to do. But Emanuel wants doctors to look beyond the needs of their patients and consider social justice, such as whether the money could be better spent on somebody else. Emanuel, however, believes that “communitarianism” should guide decisions on who gets care. He says medical care should be reserved for the non-disabled, not given to those “who are irreversibly prevented from being or becoming participating citizens . . . An obvious example is not guaranteeing health services to patients with dementia” (Hastings Center Report, Nov.-Dec. ’96). Translation: Don’t give much care to a grandmother with Parkinson’s or a child with cerebral palsy. He explicitly defends discrimination against older patients: “Unlike allocation by sex or race, allocation by age is not invidious discrimination; every person lives through different life stages rather than being a single age. Even if 25-year-olds receive priority over 65-year-olds, everyone who is 65 years now was previously 25 years” (Lancet, Jan. 31). The bills being rushed through Congress will be paid for largely by a $500 billion-plus cut in Medicare over 10 years. Knowing how unpopular the cuts will be, the president’s budget director, Peter Orszag, urged Congress this week to delegate its own authority over Medicare to a new, presidentially-appointed bureaucracy that wouldn’t be accountable to the public.

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