Should the USA government store ALL citizens DNA on database?

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Should the USA government store ALL citizens DNA on database?

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It is obvious that you agree with this, so let me present a few objections. 1. Governmental Control. When a government has control of the people and their information, it becomes much easier for said government to abuse individuals and groups. Any government that has had absolute power over the citizens has made grievous abuses against them. With the storing of DNA and all the other things you suggest, the government would continue to slide down the slippery slope into the possibility of martial law. 2. Individual Rights. The individual must have control of their own life. They must be free. With the things you suggest, it would be one small step or action for the government, once they are in a position to track any individual anywhere, to try to stop crimes before they happen, to prevent people from hurting themselves, or possibly jail people before they commit crimes. The rights of the individual are innate natural rights. No matter what the type of government, the rights of the indi

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Not the government. I would support an open-source approach to storing DNA. The security measures for accessing the database would also have to be open-source – possibly a fingerprint or retinal scan so you can only reference your own DNA.

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Great Idea however I would purpose the following The government do a test first They emulsify the brains of fools, like yourself, extract their dna from the emulsified brain tissue and discard the lifeless remains in a composting facility

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Typical Republican, ***** about Obama making the government bigger on one hand and requesting the government grow more for stupid reasons with the other.

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NO! The very last thing we need is bigger government and more government meddling in things. I don’t want the damned government taking control over my life.

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