Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Vote Paul for personal freedom

Letter

Vote Paul for personal freedom


Tom Stiles, Warner

For the Monitor
September 25. 2007 12:16AM

For more than 220 years, U.S. soldiers have fought and died to protect the freedom intended in the Constitution. Do you feel that every day you are confronted with illegitimate personal and business federal regulation? U.S. Rep. Ron Paul serves to eliminate excessive government restrictions to our liberty and reinstate the powers enshrined in the Constitution to "we the people."

Dr. Ron Paul honors our Constitution as supreme law. The following positions distinguish him as a true statesman: voted no to the unconstitutional Iraq War Resolution; voted no to the Patriot Act and Military Commissions Act; voted no to the National ID card; supports restoring legitimate monetary policy; opposes nation building; supports an open and free internet; opposes NAFTA, GATT, SPP, CAFTA, and the WTO as threats to independence; opposes torture, Guantanamo Bay and extraordinary rendition; opposes the Veterans Disarmament Act (House Bill 2640); contests federal agencies created contrary to Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution as a violation of the Bill of Rights 10th Amendment.

Congressman Ron Paul, a Republican candidate for President, will work to restore the foundations of state sovereignty, personal freedom and self-determination.

Check the record. Join the revolution.

TOM STILES

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Blogger KOSMIC said...

Spotlight on Surveillance

May 2007:
National Employment Database Could Prevent Millions of Citizens From Obtaining Jobs

EPIC’s “Spotlight on Surveillance” project scrutinizes federal government programs that affect individual privacy. For more information, see previous Spotlights on Surveillance. This month, Spotlight scrutinizes the national employment verification system now under consideration in Congress. The national database is proposed to prevent undocumented immigrants from obtaining employment in the United States, but it could instead prevent millions of Americans from obtaining lawful employment. The federal program will also be expensive. The Government Accountability Office has estimated that a nationwide expansion of the Basic Pilot program would cost $11.7 billion.[1]

Congress is considering two bills that would create such a nationwide, mandatory employment eligibility verification system.[2] An examination of the two bills finds that the proposed changes would make the already-flawed identification systems worse for both U.S. citizens and documented immigrants. Most troubling is the fact that the bills will give the Department of Homeland Security unprecedented control over the employment of all workers in the United States.

The Current Employment Eligibility Verification System

Both the House and Senate bills create a new, mandatory, national Electronic Employment Verifications System based on the current Basic Pilot program.[3] The new system creates an enormous datamining infrastructure, where the Department of Homeland Security would be given unprecedented power to control the employment of all U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents, and documented immigrants. Previously, Spotlight on Surveillance reviewed employment eligibility verification systems and found they are filled with problems, which would be exacerbated by the creation of a mandatory, national employment eligibility verification system.[4]

10:33 PM  
Blogger Scott Haley said...

"National employment verification" is nothing but totalitarianism. Welcome to Orwell's 1984. Big Brother has arrived.

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

4:50 AM  

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