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and why should we let them into this country we would be turned away!

So when does an offense against a child make you a predator. Another case of over sensationalism for affect.

So the US is only interested in knowing when someone from Canada who is a registered citizen is entering the US because that person poses a threat to public safety – what about drug dealers, persons that commit domestic abuse, robbers, etc. I would think that the US would be concerned about them coming into the US\.

Since when is anyone designated ” child predator ” in the record?

The idiot rep from NJ must be doing a happy dance at this news.

You know, the other thought I have here is bombard the Canadians from America with a blitz of telling them to not do this due to the experiences here with it. I don’t know if it would work but if PFRs here tell them the downside of this, then maybe they will reconsider their effort to appease the USG.

Shame on Canada for partaking this Registry scam with the U.S. This international sham for control over individuals continues to go overboard, over broad, and over the top!

I really don’t see what the problem is. Canada has not been letting in Americans convicted of sex crimes, even after they’re off the registry. This latest effort just evens the score. Now their registrants can’t enter our country. And it’s really no skin off their backs, because they are on the Canadian registry for a lot shorter length of time than Americans. Canadian registrants can also travel overseas without green notices alerting everyone in the world. I really see this latest agreement as our government being reciprocal to what Canada has been doing to our registrants.