@Lindorable: You have me curious, and I'm sad I didn't check back on the forums here while you were still posting in this thread. If you happen to still browse this thread and see this, I have two questions for you, and I'd love to try and talk more about what and why you believe.
The first thing I want to know is, how much of this do you really believe is true and how much are you putting forward as a discussion point? Do you believe it's completely true and want to see who shares your belief, do you think it might be true and want some input on whether to believe it or not, or do you think it's interesting and want to know who else believes it? The second thing is, if you believe it's true, where did your belief come from? Mainly what I want to know is, was it something placed in front of you by others (for instance, a family member or friend telling you everything about it, or a pastor giving sermons on the matter), or is it something you found out about and decided to pursue on your own (such as by searching for other websites supporting the idea)?
Back to the current thread however...
This is probably just me having more optimism than is healthy, but... depending on how they're used, couldn't this monitoring system be a good thing? For instance, let's say that when it's implemented, laws specify that it can be used to prove a suspect's innocence, but cannot be used to prove guilt or as a way to gain other information about a suspect. In a case like that, if someone gets wrongfully accused, it's much easier to prove that they were 30 miles away from the crime scene by showing their ID tag being that far away, than it would be if they simply had an alibi with little or no witnesses.
Now I know the technology for it doesn't work that way, and that a lot of this is baseless conjecture, but if it's handled well I think something like this could improve things. (Though admittedly, I don't think the current US government would be someone I trust to "handle it well".)