Should the United States fingerprint foreign visitors entering the country?
Asked at the Lawrence Post Office, 645 Vt. on January 6, 2004
“Not really. It would be too much paperwork and hassle.”
“Nah, because they’ve got some criminals right here in Kansas that are just as bad.”
“No. I think the idea of creating a database of individuals is a scary prospect.”
“That’s a tough one because I can only imagine the expense. But when you think of 9-11, can we put a price on that? So it’s probably a good idea.”