Isn’t that something? All the ruckus about some states requiring an ID card to vote but it’s OK for the FEDS to require us all to have ID cards just to be identified. If it is true that we will all need ID cards soon, then what’s the problem with needing them to vote? No one will be exempted anyway so why not require them for voting too? I bet the mainstream media won’t mention that though. They will still say it’s “racist” to require an ID to vote even though it sounds like the FEDS will require us all to have them anyway. Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
Born 2 Be Wild
I had to have every marriage certificate plus my birth certificate plus two forms proving where I live and yes I was not allowed to smile or wear my glasses even though I have to wear them to drive. Our drivers license and state ID cards are definitely our “papers.” If you want to abide by the law then you have to be cataloged and placed. Good luck out there fellow Americans!
That is why I no longer have a driver’s license, but still drive anyways. Has worked for the last fifteen years. Vehicles are insured through my company. I got tired of the Nanny State, so I made the choice to quit their game. I no longer fly, and never enter federal buildings, with the exception of my post office. I use an official USPS box address, but I found someone else to sign up for it so I can be in the clear. I will never attempt to collect SS, I got tired of all the extra over-regulating and have not looked back. Using a pre-paid-with-cash credit card with no info needed, and a checking account under a relatives name gets me around a lot of other BS. Paid the house(s) off years ago, all now in trusts, so I don’t have to be bothered with credit. I could go on and on, but many of us can make the choice if we carefully plan it out. Opt out!