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House Rejects 'Big Brother' Transport Bill, Democrats Attempt Failed

House Rejects 'Big Brother' Transport Bill, Democrats Attempt Failed

Legislation allows IRS to revoke passports, mandates black boxes in vehicles

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, April 26, 2012

Democrats are trying to ram through a notorious transportation bill stuffed with Big Brother measures, including empowering the IRS to revoke passports of accused tax delinquents and enforcing mandatory black boxes in all new cars from 2015 onwards, by forcing the Republican-controlled House to pass the Senate version of the legislation.

Late yesterday afternoon, “the House turned away an attempt by Democrats to speed up the conference by instructing House negotiators to accept the Senate-passed bill. That bill, S. 1813, would fund federal highway programs for two years, a plan Democrats prefer over the House-passed bill that only extends funding through September,” reports the Hill.

The Senate bill, also known as the ‘Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act’ (MAP-21), is very different from the House version in that it not only outlines funding for federal highway programs but also includes innumerable nightmarish provisions that butcher privacy rights. The bill will now go to conference and lawmakers will attempt to come to an agreement on the final version of the legislation.

More: http://www.infowars.com/democrats-try-to-ram-through-big-bro...

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I hope they do not get fooled

I hope they do not get fooled again into destroying the Constitution they have sworn to protect and defend...if so, I hope their lives become Hell on earth.

black box etc




NO black boxes in cars!

if they do it....

i wonder how much that will add to the price of a new car......

can you say "rape the consumer"?


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