[CS-FSLUG] 'Best READ this one!!! Mark of the Beast?! SERIOUSLY BAD legislation!!!

EnzoAeneas enzoaeneas at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 21:17:40 CDT 2010

These cards would just like the Government SmartCards, known as a Common
Access Card, or CAC used today.
I have one myself. Your fingerprint is stored on there so that you can be
accurately identified. Soldiers medical records are placed on these things.
It relies on 3 items - Your physically possessing card, the PIN to access
the basic certificates, and the certificates themselves being present on the
card. You need specific sets of certs depending on the function.

This is the SecureID that Republicans have been pushing for as a means to
eliminate voter fraud by illegal aliens and homeless people or in the names
of those already deceased.

Unfortunately, this chain letter come across more like a rant, with links to
nothing but their own site, and while the claims made by this may be close
to the truth, there is little corroborating evidence available to show this
(the links do not work in GMail).

That, however does not mean that it is not possible.

--Kevin James

On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 9:58 PM, Fred A. Miller <fmiller at lightlink.com>wrote:

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>      Senators Lindsey Graham and Chuck Schumer, and Barack Obama have
> just joined forces to push sweeping new legislation that will
> establish a biometric National ID card and give millions of illegal
> aliens a path to citizenship.
> <https:fs8.formsite.comGrassTopsUSAform514481525secure_index.html>.
>      At first, we didn't believe it either. Then, Graham and Schumer
> made their intentions all too clear in a Washington Post editorial
> they recently co-authored.
>      After acknowledging that they have already met with Barack Obama to
> discuss their proposed biometric National ID-Amnesty scheme, Graham
> and Schumer clearly state that the pillars to their "Scamnesty" plan
> would include "requiring biometric Social Security cards [for all
> Americans]... and implementing a tough but fair path to legalization for
> [illegal aliens]."
>      Graham and Schumer apparently believe you have a very short memory.
> If the statement "implementing a tough but fair path to legalization
> for those already here" sounds familiar... it should. It's almost
> word-for-word the same  "code-language" that Graham and Schumer and
> other pro-amnesty legislators used repeatedly a couple of years ago for
> every amnesty scheme they tried to either sneak past you or shove down
> your throat.
>      And if a government mandate that "all" citizens carry a
> "biometric Social Security card" gives you cause for alarm... it
> should.  Instead of controlling our borders, Graham and Schumer and
> Obama, would rather control you... and we're not going to let them get
> away with it.
> <https:fs8.formsite.comGrassTopsUSAform514481525secure_index.html>.
> "And That No Man Might Buy Or Sell, Save He That Had The Mark...."
> -Revelation 13:17 (KJV)
>      No... we're not saying that Graham or Schumer or Obama are the
> "Beast" of the Book of Revelation but the passage very accurately
> describes just how far this legislation will go when it comes to
> ERADICATING your God-given liberties.
>      Graham and Schumer, of course, attempt to dispel very legitimate
> fears that their proposed "biometric Social Security card" would have
> a chilling effect on your personal liberties or infringe on your
> privacy. But even their 'assurances' reveal the tyrannical nature
> their "Scamnesty" proposal.
>  "We would require all U.S. citizens and legal immigrants who want jobs
> to obtain a high-tech, fraud-proof Social Security card. Each card's
> unique biometric identifier would be stored only on the card; no
> government database would house everyone's information. The cards would
> not contain any private information, medical information or tracking
> devices. The card would be a high-tech version of the Social Security
> card that citizens already have."
>      Then, in the very next paragraph of the article, they state:
> "Prospective employers would be responsible for swiping the cards
> through a machine to confirm a person's identity and immigration status.
> Employers who refused to swipe the card or who otherwise knowingly hired
> unauthorized workers would face stiff fines and, for repeat offenses,
> prison sentences."
>      Now...  can someone... anyone... please explain how this whole
> "swiping" thing is supposed to work if "no government database"
> will  "house everyone's information"?
>      It can't be explained.  It makes no sense to say that "all U.S.
> citizens" would be "required" to possess a "biometric Social
> Security card" with "unique identifiers" that would somehow contain
> no  "private information" or "tracking devices" and all employers
> would be required to swipe these "biometric Social Security cards"
> through a machine that will match the information on these "biometric
> Social Security cards" (which contain no "private information" or
> "tracking devices") to information maintained on a government database
> which will not "house everyone's information."
>      Got all that...?  The sad and scary truth is that Graham and
> Schumer's "Scamnesty" proposal would, in fact, REQUIRE and COMPEL
> "all" citizens to carry a "biometric Social Security card" to
> verify BOTH "identity" and "immigration status"  and employers
> who refuse to comply with this government mandate would face stiff
> prison sentences.
>      And, if you have no "biometric Social Security card," ... if
> you refuse to accept it... you don't work  (and such a provision could
> easily be amended down the road to exclude a person from receiving
> government entitlements as well, such as Social Security checks or
> Medicare benefits)... In short, that means that, IN FACT, "no man
> might buy or sell, save he had the mark."
>      These "biometric Social Security cards" that Graham and Schumer
> are proposing may not be the "Mark of the Beast" spoken of in the
> Book of Revelation but this proposed legislation is certainly beastly;
> and that's why Graham and Schumer and Obama must be stopped, right here
> and right now.
> <https:fs8.formsite.comGrassTopsUSAform514481525secure_index.html>.
> Amnesty For All Is Not Immigration Reform. That's Why We Called It
> "Scamnesty" Two Years Ago.
>      The "biometric Social Security card" provision is certainly
> egregious, but the amnesty provisions the Graham-Schumer-Obama
> proposal would most certainly contain, would only make this proposal
> even worse.
>      Of course, Graham and Schumer will try to convince you that their
> new-and-improved "Scamnesty" legislation is actually "immigration
> reform."
>      They even give lip-service to the concept of controlling our
> borders and ending illegal immigration in the Washington Post article
> by calling for measures that would require illegal aliens to pay
> "fines" and "back taxes." They also call for "increasing the Border
> Patrol's staffing and funding for infrastructure and technology."
>      Specifically, Graham and Schumer state:  "For the 11 million
> immigrants already in this country illegally, we would provide a tough
> but fair path forward. They would be required to admit they broke the
> law and to pay their debt to society by performing community service and
> paying fines and back taxes."
>      Of course, we've heard that song-and-dance before. The original
> Kennedy-McCain  "Scamnesty" plan of 2007 called for these same
> meaningless provisions.
>      For example, in regards to the "fines" called for in the original
> "Scamnesty" bill of 2007, Senator Charles Grassley made the following
> observation:  "Under the bill, an illegal alien can go from illegal to
> legal by paying a small fine of $2,000. Often, illegal aliens will pay
> more than five times this amount to a smuggler to get across the border.
> Also, the $2000 fine may not have to be paid until year eight, which
> allows the illegal alien to live, work, and play in the United States
> for years free from deportation."
>      Former Senator Rick Santorum essentially said the same thing:
> "This bill is dangerous precedent and sends a chilling message about
> our national integrity: America has lost the will to enforce her laws,
> and her sovereignty is for sale—currently, for around $2,000."
>      Today's "Scanmesty" proposal brings to mind an old Scottish
> proverb: "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me." Of
> course, we weren't fooled then, and we shouldn't be fooled now.
> The Provision Calling For The Payment Of Back Taxes Was A "Scamnesty" Too.
>      As for the provisions calling for the payment of "back taxes,"
> here's what Grassley said in reference to the original "Scamnesty"
> bill of 2007:  "Under the bill, illegal aliens get an option to only
> have to pay three of their last five years in back taxes. Law-abiding
> American citizens do not have the option to pay some of their taxes. The
> bill would treat lawbreakers better than the American people."
>      And moreover, Grassley also warned us back then of the futility of
> determining the actual tax liability of illegal aliens. It's next to
> impossible : "The bill also makes the IRS prove that illegal aliens
> have paid their back taxes. It will be impossible for the IRS to truly
> enforce this...."
>      And Grassley's concerns became prophetic because the Bush
> Administration actually tried to gut those provisions, behind the
> scenes, using that exact rationale. Back in May of 2007, the Boston
> Globe reported: "But the administration called for the provision to be
> removed due to concern that it would be too difficult to figure out
> which illegal immigrants owed back taxes."
>      Scott Stanzel, a Bush Administration spokesman, clarified the
> remark, saying:  "It is important that the reformed immigration system
> is workable and cost efficient. Determining the past tax liability would
> have been very difficult and costly and extremely time consuming."
>      And Laura Capps, a spokeswoman for the late-Senator Ted Kennedy
> (the very man who championed the "Scamnesty" movement), said such a
> provision  "would be too challenging to accurately determine the amount
> of an applicant's back taxes."
>      Of course, Graham and Schumer could argue that the past should not
> be an indicator of future actions but ask yourself, has anything
> changed in the past two years... is it now... somehow... possible... to
> determine how much an illegal alien would conceivably owe in back taxes ?
>      Of course not. The government, if it maintained the provision at
> all, would effectively be forced to apply an 'honor system' to people
> who have already violated our laws by entering the United States
> illegally in the first place.
>  'Uhhh... yeahhh... just let us know what you've been making under the
> table these past several years and pay us the taxes... What's that? ...
> You didn't make enough to pay taxes... oh... uhhhh... okay... here's
> your refund check.'
>      The more things change... the more they stay the same. This
> Graham-Schumer-Obama "Scamnesty" bill  must be stopped now before
> it ever sees the light of day
> <https:fs8.formsite.comGrassTopsUSAform514481525secure_index.html>.
> Going To The Back Of The Line... Yet Another "Scamnesty" Provision.
>      Graham and Schumer also attempt to deceptively reassure the
> American people that their proposal is not amnesty (where have you
> heard that before?) by saying:  "These people would be required to
> pass background checks and be proficient in English before going to the
> back of the line of prospective immigrants to earn the opportunity to
> work toward lawful permanent residence."
>      Of course, Graham and Schumer neglect to define "proficiency in
> English" or tell us exactly where that "line" will form. If the past
> is any indicator the future, the line will, more than likely, form right
> here in the good ol' USA.
>      Back in 2007, the back-of-the-line provision essentially required
> illegal aliens to go back to their home country for a few days, fill-out
> some paperwork, and then return to the United States to 'wait in the
> back-of-the-line.'
>      That provision was also called "touchback amnesty" by many and it
> was actually a "compromise" offered by a number of prominent
> "conservative" legislators.
>      As for what Graham and Schumer mean by "back of the line," read
> their words again very carefully ... "before going to the back of the
> line of prospective immigrants to earn the OPPORTUNITY TO WORK TOWARD
> lawful permanent residence." [Emphasis Ours]
>      Notice, Graham and Schumer did not say 'earn the opportunity to
> legally reside in the United States.' Rather, they said, "earn the
> opportunity to work toward lawful PERMANENT residence."  [Emphasis Ours]
>      Same old "Scamnesty" ... different day... When it comes to
> politicians in Washington... always read between the lines.
>      Negligible "fines"? ... Requiring the payment of "back taxes"
> which are impossible to verify? ... Moving to the "back of a line"
> that allows an illegal alien to remain in the United States
> indefinitely? ... a "biometric Social Security card" that may one day
> give some unseen government official access to your most personal
> information and allow your movements be tracked?
>      That's not "immigration reform" ... that's not even "amnesty"
> ... that's TYRANNY ... and if we allow Graham and Schumer and Obama
> to get away with it... the fault is ours.
> <https:fs8.formsite.comGrassTopsUSAform514481525secure_index.html>.
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