The Obama regime has unveiled a plan for a “trusted identity” which would create a single secure password for all of your online accounts.
The Obama regime is behind this. What could possibly go wrong?
The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace is going to start out as a voluntary system. The problem, according to the government is that we have a whole bunch of passwords jotted down on post-it notes and we have memory questions such as mother’s maiden name or favorite pet.
Assuming this is a problem, why is it the government’s business to solve this problem?
The concept is to create a single software source that can be used to log on to any number of accounts you have, such as your bank, credit cards, and other transactions. Let’s see, what could go wrong with this?
Let’s start with the basics. It is a government program. To err is human, but to really screw up, you need the government. This program is at first a voluntary program, but who says this program will stay a voluntary program? Remember, government bureaucrats are graded on how they can expand their departments, so how could this one be expanded?
We start with something voluntary. Then states are offered the proverbial federal bribe with federal funds. The Feds will offer money if states require the use of these secure ID’s. If you want to do anything with your state or local government online, you will be required to get one of these ID’s.
Certain people say starting with sex offenders would be required to use one of these ID’s before they would be allowed online. Then it would be expanded from there. Before long, we would all be required to have these government ID’s to get online. How long then before the government would have the power to revoke your permission to be online?
Given the Obama regime’s hatred towards those who disagree with them and their desire to control the media and dissenting opinions, that is not an unreasonable belief.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Some of the intentions of the people behind this may be good. But this is perhaps the classic case of if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.
Perhaps the best statement here is that if this problem were really serious, the private sector would come up with a solution. The private sector works wonders. Look at all of the amazing products out there. There are programs to lock your identity so that it cannot be stolen from you. There are password programs. There are back up programs and other types of programs that will do almost anything you want.
If this were a problem that needed a solution, free enterprise would come up with it. Government has never made a country prosperous and has never solved a major problem. As Ronald Reagan said, government is not the solution, it is the problem. In this case, with the Obama regime, the last thing we need is them trying to solve this non-existent problem.
We The People already have a 'voluntary' system in place,,,,it's called "Income Taxes" remember??
I want one Trusted Identity,,when we see BHO's true birth certificate,,,NOT a Certificate of Live Birth,,,which Hawaii officials have already stated BEFORE BHO's people ordered them to 'shut up' ,,,is NOT a true Certificate,,,it is a Replacement for one that was lost,,or never existed,,because of home birth or non-Hawaiian birth. What is NEXT,,,number TATTOO'S If that happens,,I for one will get off of rthe I/net & wait for BHO's people to come up my long driveway,,passed all of the 'electronics' I 'll have installed to keep out the Marxist Feds. I just love Fireworks,,,,don't you???
Ain't that the truth!!!!
This is far more scary than just letting Uncle Sam into personal business. Such a plot would feed into making a one-world government even more possible. I suggest to anyone who loves America, or wants America back not to let the wool get pulled over their eyes when this plan is introduced.