Sunday, May 2, 2010

Is a biometric, national ID card an immigration game changer?

What so many don't seem to realize is that Arizona's new Law just made this plan a major problem. Arizona shows us that we don't need a Governmental National Biometric RFID Card. To do something in America. Like or not. This Biometric ID will soon become a chip in body once people realize that an RFID card is very easily hacked. No matter what they try to tell you.
Look it up. Positive ID.
It's very real.

The Democrats' immigration-reform proposal (pdf) is 26 pages long. Pages 8 through 18 are devoted to "ending illegal employment through biometric employment verification." I don't think the Democrats are going to like me calling this a biometric national ID card, as they go to great lengths to say that it is not a national ID card, and make it "unlawful for any person, corporation; organization local, state, or federal law enforcement officer; local or state government; or any other entity to require or even ask an individual cardholder to produce their social security card for any purpose other than electronic verification of employment eligibility and verification of identity for Social Security Administration purposes."

But it's still a biometric national ID card. It's handed out by the Social Security Administration and employers are required to check it when hiring new employees.
Essentially, if you want to participate in the American economy, you need this card.
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