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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    I asked those questions to provoke thinking about this topic. As much as I detest criminals especially pedophiles and le'ts throw in traitors and spies I do fear that we would be on the proverbial slippery slope if we do allow prisoners and former criminals to be chipped. Where would it go to next ? How about new immigrants being chipped until hey become citizens ? What about political prisoners ? We offically don't have those but I amsure that there are whacks on both the left and the right who may believe that olitical prisoners.

    Should we chip anyone who gets a less than honorable discharge from the military ?
    My answer to all those situations is no. However, it's something that I could see happening and is more of a real situation than everyone in the U.s. getting implanted.

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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    Ok bro. Go ahead and laugh it up. I hope you're right and I hope it is a baseless concern.
    It is and I will.

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    Don't know that it would... perhaps this would be the point where we'd have to take up arms.

    Still, in principle I like the idea of a legal precedent against the notion of forcible implants. It is an acknowlegement that such a thing should never happen.
    Yes, because without such a critical legal precedent as this PA state bill, the people would have no grounds to protest the wholesale destruction of the US Constitution.

    I'm sure you agree that mass murder of redheads should never happen either. Care to sign my petition for the Ginger Protection Act of 2009?
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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    I'm sure you agree that mass murder of redheads should never happen either. Care to sign my petition for the Ginger Protection Act of 2009?
    There is a known company who finances supports and markets mass murder of redheads? Interesting.
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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    I'm sure you agree that mass murder of redheads should never happen either. Care to sign my petition for the Ginger Protection Act of 2009?
    Being that I myself am a redhead, I am quite happy to sign your petition. Why take chances?

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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by johnjoel View Post
    There is a known company who finances supports and markets mass murder of redheads? Interesting.
    There is a known company who finances, supports and markets the forced implantation of identity chips in all US citizens?

    (Also: Why would the existence of a company who supports something in one form make it significantly more plausible that it would happen in another form across the country, especially if that would violate the Constitution?)
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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    Being that I myself am a redhead, I am quite happy to sign your petition. Why take chances?
    That explains so much...

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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by Travelsonic View Post
    History proves that there is no such thing as something that can't be cracked.
    Is this a serious argument? History proved that man can't make fire. History proved that we couldn't harness the power of flight. History proved that man can't make nuclear bombs. History doesn't "prove" anything. It just shows what has happened in the past and that's all.

    Also, Japan didn't crack our signals in WWII and that was completely crackable. Let's not even go into the fact that there are plenty of encryptions that are nearly impossible (if not fully impossible) to crack. And furthermore, I was attacking the assumption that high school kids could crack this code and I was unaware that every high school kid was smarter than Einstein.

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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    On the list of important issues facing the country, this does not even make the list. Good job congress on wasting time on nothing.
    Protecting privacy is not pointless. This prevents individual states for coming up with reasons to install tracking chips in people, starting with probationers and then expanding from there.

    The government needs to vastly increase protection of privacy.

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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke[MaxX] View Post
    Is this a serious argument?
    That depends, is that a serious rebuttal?

    People tried to say we couldn't walk on the moon, or fly, or harness nukes for mass destruction and we proved them wrong. How is one's expanding capability to crack the seemingly uncrackable any different?
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    Re: Bill banning forced identity-chip implants clears House

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydriver1123 View Post
    For once congress does something right. (golf clap)
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