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Could ObamaCare be the final key that unlocks a government-controlled surveillance system on all Americans?
According to the New England Republican, the P-O-R (Pelosi, Obama and Reid) Troika (Political Leaders) have created new ObamaCare Cards…
If anyone believes this is disinformation then they have NOT reviewed H.R. 3200.
The Bottom Line in ObamaCare’s H.R.3200 Health Bill (as currently written above):
Every American will be issued a National ID Healthcard(3) which will track their eligibility for a specific health service. Note that the phrase, ‘which may include utilization of a machine-readable health plan beneficiary identification card’ is one option the government is considering to track Americans.
Other government tracking options may include wearing a RFID-equipped badge 24-7, or a embedded VeriChip.
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(1) Video Source: Ordering Pizza in 2010
(2) You receive ‘free’ government ObamaCare benefits after the government decides how much will be withheld from your weekly income.
(3) How many National ID Card plans does the federal government need to track u.s. ?
Recall the Real ID Smart Card?
The federal government is having a problem with the States supporting the Real ID (Pass ID aka National ID) which was introduced as an additional provision of H.R.1268, the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005. The REAL ID Act of 2005 was signed as Public Law 109-13 on May 11, 2005.
In summary, Real ID was passed to impose federal standards on State-issued driver’s licenses including machine-readable technology . The Real ID law was scheduled to take effect on May 11, 2008 yet that deadline was extended to Dec 31, 2009 due to the States’ concern with paying the costs of a expensive bill. In addition, critics claim Real ID threatens personal privacy and violates the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Bob Barr noted, “A person not possessing a Real ID Act-compliant identification card could not enter any federal building, or an office of his or her congressman or senator or the U.S. Capitol. This effectively denies that person their fundamental rights to assembly and to petition the government as guaranteed in the First Amendment.”
Driver’s licenses issued by any State that did not apply to the DHS, by March 31, 2008, for the May 11, 2008 extension will not be accepted for any federal purpose.
Note: Both Presidential Candidates in 2008, Barack Obama and John McCain voted for H.R. 1268 (which includes the Real ID Act). Senator Joe Biden and Senator Hillary Clinton also voted Yea for the bill.
Ron Paul was the only Presidential Candidate who voted against H.R. 1268.
The “Providing for Additional Security in States’ Identification Act of 2009” or PASS ID Act (S. 1261) was introduced on June 15, 2009 to allegedly repeal title II (Improved Security for Driver’s Licenses and Personal Identification Cards) of the REAL ID Act of 2005.
After reading the text of S.1261, the new Bill appears to amend the original Real ID Act of 2005.
Although the new S. 1261 Bill provides some important privacy protections, the PASS ID Act is the old Real ID law born-again. Jim Harper is concerned that the federal government and the States will unite to force Americans into their national PASS ID system.
If I recall correctly, citizens were oppressed by totalitarian governments who issued national identity documents. Hopefully, every American remembers the Nazis tattooed identification numbers on the arms of concentration-camp detainees in their Final Solution. Critics may claim that something like the Final Solution can’t happen in Amerika and they may be right yet, our Founding Fathers who knew that absolute power corrupts absolutely, created a federal government with restricted and limited power in order to prevent the abuse of power.
Proponents of a National ID Card claim the system is necessary to provide government security yet, I don’t recall our forefathers and fathers fighting for the hollow promise of government security. They fought for our freedom and liberty… hopefully, they have not died in vain.
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