Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Jacqui Smith Is An Ethical Vacuum

The intellectual and ethical vacuum that is our Home Secretary, Jaqui Smith, has announced that ID cards will be 'piloted' in Manchester.

It will be interesting to see how many citizens will actually sign up for this 'popular' scheme at £60 a pop. Or will the Labour party be bunging its more braindead local members a sub to make the figures look less than dreadful? That's if any take-up figures are eventually released.

Despite the fact that this rancid government is in a state of putrescent collapse, and the economy likewise, the Home Office is ploughing ahead with this dishonourable, expensive amd dangerous project.

That equally rancid oaf, David Blunkett, keeps adding his bit by pretending that he's now against the very cards he pioneered a few years ago. Instead, he's promoting the biometric passport - in other words, everyone to have a passport rather than a separate ID card. And possibly make himself a few bob if it comes to fruition.

Do we really have to wait a year to get rid of these blood-sucking parasites?

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