Mark Kirk for Senate 2010 Campaign Ad
Gary Franchi on Mar 5, 2008
Trying to get around the state’s rejection of REAL ID, Congressman Kirk is proposing we transform our SS card into a National ID card. Contact your Congressman and tell them to vote NO on H.R. 5405.
Stop the Social Security Surveillance Act (HR 5405)
Gary Franchi on Jul 3, 2009
Dear friends and fellow American, I have an EMERGENCY ACTION ALERT for you Today that requires your immediate and direct attention.
This ALERT is regarding the MORPHING of REAL ID in to the PASS ACT. The REAL ID as you may or may not know was the failed law that snuck through congress in May of 2005 that would require all Americans to Carry a standardized FEDERAL ID card with an embedded trackable chip.
NOW I need you to contact your senate committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs IMMEDIATELY to STOP THE PASS ACT – S.1261
Special interests groups are trying to force Democrats, Independents and Republicans to support this legislation. States have been and are working to ensure drivers licenses are secure documents and have document integrity. The federal government, in spite of the states, wants to set international standards that are not needed. The federal government wants control of your state drivers license. The federal government is bribing states to go along with its plans.
We spoke with Mark Lerner about the emerging PASS Act a few weeks ago.
Social Security Surveillance Act Enters House
by Gary Franchi
Tuesday, 04 March 2008
RTR Libertyville, IL – Under the guise of protecting seniors and our national security, Congressman Mark Kirk of Illinois 10th District and Peter Roskam of the 6th District are setting the wheels in motion for another crack at a national ID card. The “Social Security Identity Theft Prevention Act” (H.R. 5405) more appropriately titled the “Social Security Surveillance Act” was likely spurred by high opposition to the failing Real ID Act. This act would be an adequate run around to implement Real ID yet in another form. They claim their reasons for introducing this act is to curb the high rate of identity theft in Northern Illinois.
The new Social Security Surveillance (SSS) card will retain the standard features of the Social Security card such as the name and account number of the card holder, but will now include beefed up security measures also commonly used by law enforcement to track criminals, and hackers to falsify and clone sim cards.
The surveillance features of the card include: a digital image displayed of the card holder on the surface of the card and an “encrypted, machine-readable electronic record which shall include records of biometric identifiers unique to the individual to whom the card is issued, including a copy of any digitized facial image printed on the face of the card.”
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Have you read anything about RFID and RFID/Chips/Tracking?
“Your papers, please!” and the possibility of having tracking chips are some of the problems with this concept.
Okay, help me out with this one…. what’s the downside? I’m not disagreeing or anything I just don’t know what the deal is…