You can converse and carry ID, your pet cannot.
That’s true. But young children may not be able to do those things. And who wouldn’t want to ensure that their children are protected as much as possible? This is one of those ideas that sounds really good but is actually really horrible.
I agree it could easily become mandatory. Those of us who refuse the implant won’t have an easy time of it.
posted on 06/17/2009 10:57:51 AM PDT
“...I agree it could easily become mandatory. Those of us who refuse the implant won't have an easy time of it.”
“I saw thrones on which were seated
those who had been given authority to
judge. And I saw the souls of those who
had been beheaded because of their testi-
mony for Jesus and because of the word
of God. They had not worshiped the
beast or his image and had not received
his mark on their foreheads or their hands.
They came to life and reigned with Christ
a thousand years.”
posted on 06/17/2009 11:07:40 AM PDT
(During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.--Orwell)
Two states, No Dakota being one of them, have already passed legislation to ban microchips in humans, but if it becomes fed law (which I would expect under Zero) then that goes out the window.
posted on 06/17/2009 12:25:19 PM PDT
(Ex-Mormon, now Christian "I once was lost, but now am found; was blind but now I see")
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