posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 11:39 AM
I second the poster above me citing the ability to turn over documents to foreign governments, yikes
I do think the government has been using databases for a while now, the difference is now it is legal, and we can't fight it. There is supposed to
be some petition to sign to have this overturned and the problem with that of course, is now they have another database to add to their collection.
I read through some of the responses and one of them had an interesting thought. The mentioned that since their mortgage insurance was backed by the
government, the government has acess to a listing of all their assests, and what a great way to start figuring out the "assets taxation" of 3-5%
they have been throwing around. This made me think of FEMA. We are now legally required to own flood insurance (which we tried to fight, don't even
get me started, I should start a thread) and while it is underwritten by a company of my choice, it is federally regulated I think, although I could
be wrong, but I suppose our file is already there as my husband is a gun-owning retired veteran. Oh, the possibilities with this is endless!
Thanks for the thread.