Letter to the editor
This is in regard to the editorial in the Dec. 10, 2001, issue of Federal Computer Week.
Most Americans would not object to the national identification card
idea. What they would object to, and will lose control of, are the added
things that our leaders could mandate, such as logging of firearms purchases.
There are many who would use the card to do all things currently not
possible because we do not have a central card or database. The potential
for loss of our taken-for-granted liberties is vast without some type of
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