Dec 14 2006

Czar Chertoff defends Real ID

The Real ID bill that was sneaked into law last year is getting pushed by head totalitarianism czar Michael Chertoff. Slashdot readers are unimpressed. State legislators throughout the US will be considering bills to either ban Real ID or to implement it in 2007. We suggest writing to your state representatives, asking them to ban it in your state. It will cost billions, it will hassle every ordinary person (you’ll have to produce original birth certificates and such to the DMV again — and any paper that’s out of order will mean endless harassment), and the basic premise is wrong in two ways. One, the federal government can’t tell us citizens that we’re not permitted to travel, or go to court, without its permission; those are RIGHTS, not privileges. Second, the federal government doesn’t have the authority to demand that the states revise their IDs; that’s a state power. The reason the federal government doesn’t have either of these powers is to guard against totalitarian rule from Washington. All hail Czar Chertoff! (Those who don’t salute will be blacklisted).

2 thoughts on “Czar Chertoff defends Real ID

  1. This real I.D., electronic digital images of your God given identifiers, apart from the DNA blood I.D. of new borns, come from the right hand and face.
    The King James Bible with Strong’s Condordance and the Greek Dictionary clearly describe these identifiers literally, as the Mark of the Beast.
    When one reads Rev 13:14 and verse 16 and looks up the meanings of the original Greek words for 1)receive, 2)mark and 3)forehead we can see biometrics from the right hand and face perfectly described. These words are found at 1325, 5480 and 3359 respectively. One fails to ponder this reality at their own peril. These electronic identifiers are set to be mandatory in all electronic financial transactions shortly, ushering in the cashless society. All to prevent fraud of coarse.

  2. “The Identity Project explores and defends the fundamental American right to move freely around our country and to live without constantly having to prove who we are or why we are here.”

    Good goals. I think they are stated nicely in something called “The 4th Amendment”


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