State Legislators: Saved From Being Crazy By The Crazyness of State Legislators

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  1. DMS says:

    That is truly choosing your sample to confirm your theory. Makes Pharma look like straight-laced wieners.

  2. Patriot Henry says:

    Most Americans are already chipped. However, the chips are not injected into your body. Instead, they are put into your cell phone, that not only can the government listen to you and track your location without a warrant, but so that you pay a monthly fee for this "privilege".

  3. A Californian says:

    Dr. Bertroche's proposal shows exactly what's wrong with today's Republican party: why on Earth would we want the government to start microchipping people, when it can be done much more efficiently by the private sector?

  4. Dennis says:

    As long as the legislature is busy with stuff like this, they're not attacking peoples' rights nor their wallets.

  5. Patrick says:

    What about the right of the Men In Black to implant microchips in people Dennis? Have you considered their freedoms, not to mention the havoc this will wreak on that sector of our economy?

    Next they'll outlaw cattle mutilation.

  6. Frank H says:

    Our legislature here in Georgia is often is benighted, but not so overtly as to have "called" that woman as a witness. Anybody can sign up to speak on any pending legislation, which is how that poor soul wound up at the microphone. That loony piece of legislation just happened to dovetail perfectly with her particular psychosis.

  7. astonied says:

    Does this mean they will have to take mine out?

  8. David Schwartz says:

    The odd thing is that the definition of a "microchip" in this bill specifically excludes pacemakers. So the Department of Defense can still implant a pacemaker in someone's taint if they want to — with or without their permission.

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