posted on May, 25 2009 @ 01:34 PM
reply to post by network dude
The smarter thing to do as parents, in regards to being able to identify your children is to have a kit set up. I have it with my kids and no
authorities need to be involved.
A simply have a copy of their birth-certicates, finger prints and couple of strands of hair for DNA. It's simple enough to put together and the
government can't keep track of my kids, which is how I like it.
I can understand the need and want for a database of children in order to protect them, but in today's current climate with the ammount of
dis-information and control going on, I simply don't trust it.
I won't create the opportunity for such information to be used against my children instead of for them in the future. It really doesn't matter what
they are using it for right now, it's later that I am worried about.
Edit To Add: To the OP, your title is very misleading. It's good to have titles that will attract attention, but you are posting information (a
title in this case) which is purposely wrong.
[edit on 5/25/2009 by tothetenthpower]