Biometric database of all adult Americans hidden in immigration reform. “Buried in the more than 800 pages of the bipartisan legislation (.pdf) is language mandating the creation of the innocuously-named ‘photo tool,’ a massive federal database administered by the DHS and containing names, ages, Social Security numbers and photographs of everyone in the country with a driver’s license or other state-issued photo ID.” Yeah, we trust the “sorry we improperly targeted some of you” Chicago-style gubbermint with this kind of data… how ’bout you?


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How about we start with prisoners and Muslims applying for a Visa?
Test this with them for the next 100 years and see how that goes first?


Ffkng outrageous. Did y’all read the article? When the ACLU and the Competitive Enterprise Institute are on THE SAME SIDE of an issue, you know there’s a problem.

Maybe Christmas Island is taking immigrants.


The ACLU was never going to be the friend of real, patriotic Americans, it was started by a f***ing communist for crying out loud!


Suddenly, Christian beliefs about a mark required for identity and commerce in the future don’t seem so far-fetched.


The interesting thing is that it could be a compilation of many things. It could also be that things of the past until now have been beta testings for that. Obamacare is one example. If you are a citizen YOU HAVE TO BUY insurance? The IRS having our numbers can enforce this. Scary.


“But, we have to pass the bill so we can find out what’s in it, away from the fog of the controversy”.


The idiots in Congress will probably think it’s about biofeedback and vote for it.


I promise you most will not know its in there! They’ll find out after its passed (sound familiar?) Everyone keeps harping on the Representatives who voted against the gun law, but all they address is that 90% (there is that number again) of the populace WANT more background checks, but their reps voted against it. There reps voted against everything ELSE in the bill, not just background checks. But for people who identify Abraham Lincoln as one of the founding fathers, what do you expect?