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Thread: States seek funds to create Real ID. The Washington Times National

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    http://www.washingtontimes.com/apps/...324995692/1002

    "If the federal government is going to direct state security practices over traditional state functions such as driver's licenses and identification cards, then the federal government should pay the states' cost of compliance," said the letters signed by Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, the Republican chairman of the NGA, and Pennsylvania Gov. Edward G. Rendell, the Democratic vice chairman.

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    It should have read "Governors Association Admits We can be Baught"

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    QFT
    It should have read "Governors Association Admits We can be Baught"
    Maybe for 'aught' or 'ought' or 'nought'?

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    Why pay for cheap plastic cards when they can tattoo a number on our arm? I mean it is the same thing, right?

    Maybe that would be taboo?

    Thats ok they days are coming comrades! Mother America will swoop in and protect us from... Herself?

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    Here's a map of the7 states that have opted out by statute. Hopefully more will join them.

    http://www.realnightmare.org/news/105/

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    Do I read that right that Pennsylvania may be on the anti-Real ID bandwagon? Maybe I won't have to move to Montana after all...

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    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Do I read that right that Pennsylvania may be on the anti-Real ID bandwagon? Maybe I won't have to move to Montana after all...
    SB 1220, a bill stipulating that neither the Governor nor the Department of Transportation or any other Commonwealth agency shall participate in the compliance of any provision of the REAL ID Act of 2005.

    HB 1351, relating to the compliance with the federal Real ID Act.



    Pennsylvania would be a huge victory because it would be the biggest state yet to opt out. Make sure you call/write your reps and senators and governor about this.

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    WhiteFeather wrote:
    Why pay for cheap plastic cards when they can tattoo a number on our arm?
    Wouldthe regulation require the ID to remain visible?

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    Pointman wrote:
    On the other, does this mean felony aliens would lose the ability/privilege to drive, vote, and get Social(ism)-Security?
    Ah, I feel better now ....

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    DeepDiver:Yup.

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