Fascist-In-Charge Nancy Pelosi has used a procedural move to very quietly pass DNA collection legislation that, on any level, violates privacy because of the forced collection from arrestees; not convicted felons.
I had a commenter today try to say that equating Obama’s new interrogation teams to the Gestapo was silly, and he/she implied I was pretty much clueless as to what the Gestapo actually was.
Any given governmental action, in and of itself, might not raise any patriotic alarms, but when they have been placed one right after another over the past ten years, it’s hard not to see the noose tightening.
Let’s add this domino, shall we? You tell me that this isn’t the government tagging it’s property, and that they don’t consider us all to be criminals that have not yet been caught.
(All emphasis from this point on is mine)
Millions of Americans arrested for but not convicted of crimes will likely have their DNA forcibly extracted and added to a national database, according to a bill approved by the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday. (Guilty before being proven innocent?)
By a 357 to 32 vote, the House approved legislation that will pay state governments to require DNA samples, which could mean drawing blood with a needle, from adults “arrested for” certain serious crimes. Not one Democrat voted against the database measure, which would hand out about $75 million to states that agree to make such testing mandatory.