Patrick Hennessy, the Political Editor for the Sunday Telegraph, posts an article revealing plans for the English that will
...force all adults to travel miles at their own expense to fingerprint scanning units so their details can go onto an identity card database. From 2009, everyone will have to attend one of 69 "interview centres", whose locations are revealed today for the first time.
This is essentially the same thing my party, the Republican party, is eager to force on the American people.
So I ask myself, "What makes a conservative?"
Answer: Someone who wants to conserve all of the Bill of Rights and the spirit of freedom that has blessed this country with a great heritage. I'm not interested in some Constitutional "loophole" that would "allow" the creation of a national identification card--REAL ID or otherwise.
The trend is already bad enough with Social Security numbers.
It's already bad. Let's not make it worse.
Read more here.