From: tony cooper on
On Sat, 12 Sep 2009 15:44:12 -0400, Walter Banks
<walter(a)bytecraft.com> wrote:

>
>
>Bill Graham wrote:
>
>> In my world, yes, yes, yes. Everyone (all 300 million of us citizens) should
>> have a government ID card, and/or a chip implanted in us that identifies us
>> as US citizens in good standing, and if we are sick, then the chip should
>> get us the treatment we need. Today's technology is more than adequate to
>> accomplish this.
>
>Well put

Yeah, right. With the chip acting as a homing device for the
government to locate us at any time. Besides, all the chip would
accomplish is to give birth to a new industry: manufacturing
counterfeit chips and implanting them in illegals.
--
Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
From: David Ruether on

"Walter Banks" <walter(a)bytecraft.com> wrote in message news:4AABFA0C.7A417C71(a)bytecraft.com...
> Bill Graham wrote:

>> In my world, yes, yes, yes. Everyone (all 300 million of us citizens) should
>> have a government ID card, and/or a chip implanted in us that identifies us
>> as US citizens in good standing, and if we are sick, then the chip should
>> get us the treatment we need. Today's technology is more than adequate to
>> accomplish this.

> Well put

I trust you two are joking... Talk about ultimate "socialism", ultimate
government control over its citizenry, and just plain obvious potential
for the development of ultimate nightmare despotism... THINK!!!
(Sheesh!)
--DR


From: J. Clarke on
Walter Banks wrote:
> Bill Graham wrote:
>
>> In my world, yes, yes, yes. Everyone (all 300 million of us
>> citizens) should have a government ID card, and/or a chip implanted
>> in us that identifies us as US citizens in good standing, and if we
>> are sick, then the chip should get us the treatment we need. Today's
>> technology is more than adequate to accomplish this.
>
> Well put

Carries "papieren bitte" to a whole new level.

Why not just fingerprint everybody or pull a DNA sample?
From: Walter Banks on


tony cooper wrote:

> On Sat, 12 Sep 2009 15:44:12 -0400, Walter Banks
> <walter(a)bytecraft.com> wrote:
>
> >
> >
> >Bill Graham wrote:
> >
> >> In my world, yes, yes, yes. Everyone (all 300 million of us citizens) should
> >> have a government ID card, and/or a chip implanted in us that identifies us
> >> as US citizens in good standing, and if we are sick, then the chip should
> >> get us the treatment we need. Today's technology is more than adequate to
> >> accomplish this.
> >
> >Well put
>
> Yeah, right. With the chip acting as a homing device for the
> government to locate us at any time. Besides, all the chip would
> accomplish is to give birth to a new industry: manufacturing
> counterfeit chips and implanting them in illegals.

Everyone (all 300 million of us citizens) should as US citizens
in good standing, and if we are sick get us the treatment we
need.

All you want to do is scam the system. Implanted chip crazy, Bill
admitting a real American need priceless.

w..


From: Allen on
Walter Banks wrote:
>
> Bill Graham wrote:
>
>> In my world, yes, yes, yes. Everyone (all 300 million of us citizens) should
>> have a government ID card, and/or a chip implanted in us that identifies us
>> as US citizens in good standing, and if we are sick, then the chip should
>> get us the treatment we need. Today's technology is more than adequate to
>> accomplish this.
>
> Well put
I'm mighty glad we didn't have this 380 years ago, or else the Indians
in what is now would have killed, imprisoned or deported my ancestors.
You see, unlike so many others who post, write to the newspaper, listen
to LameBawl, etc. my ancestors were not the very first people to arrive
in this land. Congratulations to those of you whose families have been
here over 30,000 years and can make a legitimate claim to being the
first settler (and owners). If you cannot make that claim, then you are
thieves and most likely the descendants of murderers.
Allen