Friday, July 15, 2005

High Security Disney World

Disney World is requiring their 'customers' to give a fingerprint scan prior to entrance of the theme park.

I can understand getting scanned for entrance to a high security work area. At such places as nuclear power plants, munitions factories, the Pentagon it makes sense.

To get scanned prior to entry at a vacation theme park is at the very least absurd. It is also a violation of my rights as an American.

As long as I do nothing wrong, it is no ones business whether I went to Disney World or not. All they need to know is how much money they make at the end of the day. Not that I'm the one who spent it.


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