ACTION ALERT: National ID and master database

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  1. JGrubbs

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    Establishing a national ID and building a national database to hold information
    on every man, woman and child in the U.S., has been a priority of big-government
    elites for years. Those elites are just about to get their way. Those of us who
    strongly object to their plans for us and want to preserve the American way of life
    had better act today.

    Two weeks ago, we alerted you to the U.S. House's vote on H.R. 10 -- The 9/11
    Recommendations Implementation Act. That act takes the final step to establishing
    a national ID to track American citizens and authorize the creation of a national
    database to hold the information collected. Unfortunately, H.R. 10 passed in the
    House. In a slightly different version, it also passed in the Senate. Now, a House-Senate conference committee is meeting to iron out those differences and
    come up with a final version.

    Gun Owners of America, a leading opponent of the national ID and master
    database, today alerted Americans that H.R. 10 would:

    1. Create a master database containing personal information on every American
    man, woman and child (section 2173). The content of this database would be
    within the exclusive discretion of the bureaucrats, but could include medical
    records, confidential financial records, library records and gun records.

    2. "Standardize" or nationalize the process of issuing state driver's licenses -- an
    action which takes the final step in creating a national ID (section 3052).

    With a national ID, master database, and the new powers granted by Patriot Acts I
    and II, politicians and bureaucrats, in office today and in the future, will have
    unchecked access and power over the American people.

    We must stop the national ID. Please do three things:

    1. Urge your U.S. representative to get the House-Senate conference committee
    to remove the provisions that will create a national ID and master database. Use
    this link to send your message:
    http://capwiz.com/liberty/issues/alert/?alertid=6562946&type=CO

    2. Urge House Majority Leader Tom DeLay to intervene and get those two
    provisions removed. His office telephone number is 202-225-4000 and fax
    number is 202-225-5117. An e-mail form is at http://www.majorityleader.gov/CONTACT.ASP?a=form

    3. Spread the word. Forward this page to family and friends.

    The House-Senate conference committee will continue to meet over the weekend.
    Therefore, we must act today to get the committee to remove the national ID and
    master database provisions before the House and Senate vote on the final version.
    That vote might take place as early as Wednesday or Thursday of next week.

    Source: The Liberty Committee
     
  2. poncho

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  3. gb93433

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    They already have it. You just may not know it. Sometime look into GIS and the NCIC.
     

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