In a Feburary 15th issue of The New York Times there was a story about a proposed bill in Congress (H.R.2971) that, if passed, will allow the Government to create the "National Key Registry Database" a database of EVERY KEY MADE in America. As of January 1st, 2011 a duplicate of every key made in the United States will be archived in Washington D.C. This supply of key code information can be used by the Government to access our homes, cars, Safe Deposit Boxes, and virtually anything else of value that requires a lock. This "National Key Registry" is being voted on to legitimize a part of the Patriot Act, which gave the Government the authority needed to spy on American Citizens. Rep. Herb Eaverstinks (R) introduced this bill as a means for the CIA, FBI, and Local Governments to be ale to conduct searches of private property without a warrant.
The only way we as Americans can fight this abuse of power is to contact our local and national representatives to voice our concerns. Please contact your representatives in the Congress and Senate and voice your disapproval. It is time for the people of this country to take back what the Founding Fathers originally intended when they signed the Constitution; a government OF the People , FOR the People and BY the People!!!
If you are unable or unwilling to contact your local and national representatives, please take the time to sign the petition. We are hoping to gather close to 100,000 signatures before the vote on this bill takes place in October.
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