When this kind of laws start to emerge in the USA, the people are on the wrong side of the equation if you know what I mean.
Read the entire story an Kfly News
How much cash is needed for some tar, feathers, and a rail?
Very good Brian.
I wouldn’t accept such a law for a single minute.
“…so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark, which is the name of the beast….” Revelations 13:17
Seriously, though, I don’t see how this law can be constitutional. And notice, it’s always “in order to control ‘criminal activity.’” So what right-thinking person could object?
Let’ be honest, this is a criminal law.
There are more laws in the pipeline like the possession of plant seeds by private persons and what to think about EPA declaring hay a pollutant in effort to drive small, mid-sized family cattle ranchers out of business.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/033537_hay_pollutant.html#ixzz1bKg8lfTZ
These are just a few examples that make clear where the USA is heading and as far as I can see it this insanity is not addressed.
HERE IS ANOTHER FREEDOM ALERT
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