What percentage of Americans will likely refuse to be microchipped?
Will those who disobey the mandate be imprisoned, slaughtered or merely used for medical experimentation?
Asked By: homeward07 - 4/6/2007
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A very small percentage and I'll tell you why. They wont just mandate it. This is what will happen... More
Answered By: Chuck - 4/6/2007
Additional Answers (14)
I don't know who intends to "microchip" us, but I would certainly resist. I'm not being tracked by anyone, especially the Federal Government.
Answered By: C J - 4/6/2007
No, but they can't cash checks, have a bank account, drive or get anything from the government.
Answered By: tumbleweed1954 - 4/6/2007
In a country where freedom is everything.. I do not see this happening.. hell I have a problem with micro chipping my dogs.. let alone a person.. then again.. maybe not such a bad idea for the 17 yr old..<w>
Answered By: gin_in_mi - 4/6/2007
100% I hope I hope you are first to tell the rest of us.
Answered By: ironic_scorpio - 4/6/2007
Approximately 78%. They will be imprisoned. I'd rather be barcoded.. that'd look more hip. Just kidding.. I, of course, have no idea what you're talking about. ☼
Answered By: Jay L'Artiste - 4/6/2007
10% or less 1%ers, others may have future plans of disobedience but bide thier time, my guess is imprisoned forced labor, possible experimentation . for the mandate period. the 1%ers won't hang around to find out, they'll go underground mostly maybe a few make a bold stand public trial but most just run... More
Answered By: Painted Stick - 4/6/2007
I hate to tell you, but your dentist already placed a chip in you.
Answered By: slew - 4/6/2007
I would and probably about 99.9% of all Americans would ....but criminals and people like that might be the guinea pigs
Answered By: clark6561 - 4/6/2007
me for sure. we need to microchip our beloved poloticios to monitor what public bathroom they have their sex in...
Answered By: ancientcityentertainment - 4/6/2007
all the Christians will refuse because the bible says to not take the sign of the beast
Answered By: Olive - 4/6/2007
i think it would be about 100%. people may say they support the idea, but when it comes to getting yourself microchipped and tracked, you'll object. if a law is enacted, i believe the penalty will be jail.
Answered By: Hulabaloola - 4/6/2007
I would say the greater majority (70-80 %) will refuse to be chipped. I think most people find the idea of having a microchip implanted in your body to be disturbing to say the least. To those with deeply held religious views, being chipped is the equivalent of accepting the mark of the beast. To others, the idea of... More
Answered By: Chuck G - 4/6/2007
Just the guilty.
Answered By: William M - 4/6/2007
Now you are talking about the rise of another Hitler regime.
Answered By: pathfinder - 4/6/2007
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