1 year ago
Last edited at 8:41AM on 12/29/2012
I'm pretty sure every major microprocessor in the world carries 666 somewhere inside it as part of the software that runs there. That's simply a matter of chance and probabilities. The rest of your question about "Obamacare" of course is quite stupid.
Well they're stored at area 51 and the slender man hasn't delivered them yet but once that happens the illuminati will install them. I recommend you get them because bigfoot will hunt down anyone that doesn't have them, although I read on the Internets that the mermaids can hide you under the ocean. :/
1 year ago
Last edited at 12:42PM on 12/29/2012
The original HR 3200, "America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009" called for a medical device registry which included transponder chips along with other medical devices such as pacemakers, dialysis machines, and blood pressure monitors among others. It was only a provision for finding a way to register all these devices which are in use so that information can be more efficiently accessed by medical personnel.
But HR 3200 never became law. Instead, the law that passed was HR 3590, "the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" which, unfortunately, did not contain the device registry mandate (probably because of the irrational fears expressed by many on this page.)
The bottom line is that the device registry never became law, and there was never any language that made transponder chips mandatory--ever.