It's not an implication that I think it's less than sane....I really do think it's less than sane.
Yep, I said it.
"The term 'conspiracy theory' is often used to discount and to dismiss real arguments based on facts, on personal experience and on history that another does not want examined. It tends to frighten away from discussion, those who do not want to be judged as being less than sane."
Really? What factual arguement has been presented to show that your freedoms are being stripped by fingerprinting? What real evidence have you shown me and the other posters here? (and, no, your suspicions do not count as real evidence)
The whole fear of fingerprinting thing is being blown way out of proportion IMO. I believe it is a fear of something irrelevant.
Freedom. You have a choice. You can choose not to enter into a field of employment that requires fingerprinting or background checks. There IS a choice.
For example, some people choose to live under a bridge, or a tent in the woods, rather than be on Uncle Sam's radar and be gainfully employed, own a car and/or house..etc. There again...CHOICE.... and maybe a bit of mental illness mixed in.
People can CHOOSE what job they have, whether or not they have a job, what house they buy, what car they drive, what food they eat, what clothes they wear, if they want to be compliant with doctor's recommendations....the list goes on. Yes, people still have choices and the freedom to make those choices in this country.