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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

"Papers Please!"

This stuff disturbs and troubles me to no end.
And Bill author Representative James Sensenbrenner, R-WI (RINO?) says:
I believe Mr. Sensenbrenner's Cheese Head has turned into One of Tin Foil.

You know, this Driver License Nationalization gimmick is just that, a gimmick. Putting into practice what the bill calls for isn't going to stop anybody from doing any of the things noted above.

Let me get this right, Mr. Sensenbrenner, instead of concentrating on the individuals who illegally cross the border in San Diego and putting time and money into the problem there, you are instead requiring those who were born here and those who come here legally to have to
register as "legal citizens"? Did you consider building a big fence? A really, really big one?

And your bill will stop terrorists how? By making my SSN and other identifying numbers all part of a National I.D. Card? And this reduces terrorism how?

How about doing a better job of the screening process of people coming in? Whew, that must not be pork barrel enough for Sensenbrenner. See, folks, not only Liberals can make bad law. Republicans do their share too! That's why I have consistently said I'm Independent/Libertarian.

Hey- Thanks SenSen for selling my privacy. I'm sure though, that all that information will be kept as guarded as the SSN was promised to be "only for tax information" when it walked the plank and splashed into our lives.

A few years ago Minnesota tried the same thing, "investing" (i.e. spending money) in upgrading the DL and making it harder to forge. Not only does that story note itself that fakes appeared afterward, This Guy sold fake ID's for years, many of them fake MN DL's!

This legislation is frightening under any political party.

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