Cliff May disappoints

Sunday, July 09, 2006
The Corner on National Review Online: "Mickey Mouse [Cliff May] I was at Disney World last week. Why am I sharing this with you? Because to get into the park I had not only to use an identification card – I also was required to insert two fingers into a little machine. The machine read my finger prints — instantly confirming that I was who I claimed to be, ensuring that I wasn’t using grandma’s card.

Interesting, is it not, that we have such biometric indicators at Disney World but not yet at airports?"

Uh, I dunno, Cliff --- maybe because they don't charge you $63 every time you walk into an airport?


Syl said...

Hmmmmm...maybe we should privatize voting! If the government doesn't run the voting booths, then we can demand ID from voters!