Reply To: NARSOL gears up to challenge Int’l Megan’s Law


Our federal government dominated by two competing parties have decided to mark passports with a unique identifier. The motive presumably is to protect foreign children. The U.S. constitution does not provide in anyway the U.S. congress’ jurisdiction over foreign citizens not associated with emissaries or dignitaries on American soil. This is surely a regulation placed upon passport holder and it does not regulate foreign citizens or nation states. Therefore while it may advance public safety for the world’s people, it is still not the business of our fed to do so. Their motives are not grounded in the constitution.

Since when did the two parties decide they are interested in the benefit of foreign nations??

Did the Fed care about world’s children when:

They put small pox in native american blankets and forced into ever shrinking reservations?

The cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima were nuked?

Napalm and Agent orange were used in Vietnam?

The Waco compound was assaulted?

NO is the only the real answer. But then again the day to day was never to be the role of the fed. That issue was left to the states.