What could possibly go wrong?
Just what they need to keep all those records which it is illegal for them to keep.
I am sure they will come up with some twisted logic claiming they really aren’t keeping those records they are supposed to destroy.
Very Naziesque. I wonder what the DUmmies over at the DUmbster think of their “massas” now.
From an IT standpoint, I don’t know which is more fantazamorgical: this or nobamacare.
Whole buncha contractors gonna make a whole buncha money on this. And in the end, after countless delays, budget overruns and missed deadlines, the end product will do maybe 40% of what was originally envisioned. ‘Course, you’ll never hear about that.
This oughtta scare the crap out of every sane American.
I am already going paperless, trying anyway, paying cash everywhere possible and getting receipts and I have nothing to hide. The gov knowing every move I make just creeps me out.
Even on this forum, we are not anonymous. All it takes is a court order to the owner and he has no choice but to comply, nor would I expect him to not comply and give up his freedom.
We must change this ever more encroaching government, it is in no way what the founding fathers envisioned.
We need a database on all feds/ law enforcement/ politicians that has the same info.
Well, my best fren runs a Messican drug cartel. He gess hees guns from the ATF. Then he sells me anytheeng I want. He sole me a DEA “sell-all-thee-drugs-in-Chicago-you-want-to” card. He toll me if any steenking American Federales effer @#$% weeth me he would take care uff eet right away. Any more eenformation you like to know about me, Jefe?
“A recent solicitation from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) reveals that the agency is seeking a “massive” online database capable of pulling up individuals’ personal information, connections and associates.”
The states can tell the ATF Nazis to go F themselves. No state cooperation, no information and no database.
It’s time for state’s to tell the ATF that they’re persona non grata, and if they enter a state, they will be arrested, disarmed and thrown in prison.
It's called the "Internet."
Perhaps they should look into it.
It’s called facebook.
What are they trying to run competition with the IRS for snooping!?
Also interesting is how Los Angeles is portrayed in 1983. The press was portrayed as defending civil liberties, the military was bad for pushing military hardware onto civilian police. Politicians were portrayed as incompetant bumblers, so no change there though.
The political Pollyanna’s are shocked.
FEMA’s warming up those 500,000 coffins for the great leap forward!
And our elected officials will do nothing. This is, not good.
Amendment IV —
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
What freaking part of that don’t they understand???