All US citizens required by law to have National ID by May 11

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All US citizens required by law to have National ID by May 11

Post  jesuitsdidit2 on Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:31 pm

In less than 90 days, you will be "REQUIRED" by Federal Law to carry a "National ID" card.

News | February 26, 2011 | 76 comments
In less than 90 days, you will be "REQUIRED" by Federal Law to carry a "National ID" card.


Even though no one on Capitol Hill is talking about it, unless it is stopped, the provisions of The Real ID Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-13, 119 Stat 392), through the Department of Homeland Security, will require the federalization of State-issued driver's licenses by May 11, 2011.

This is the type of card the Nazi's and the communists in the Soviet Union made people carry.

The new cards, disguised as a uniform drivers' license, will be biometric. Each card will store up to a gigabyte of personal data about the card holder AND will contain a GPS tracking chip---so that means the government will know where you are at all times.

No one is talking about this... and certainly, this is something the Obama administration would like to keep quiet.

Barack Obama's America is quickly becoming Nazi Germany. Did you ever think you would experience invasive, Big Brother tactics in which uniformed officers ask: "Let me see your papers?"

I "KNOW" Barack Obama doesn't care what the U.S. Constitution says. SO WE HAVE TO CARE, AND WE HAVE TO STOP HIM.

If this battle is not waged---and won---by May 11, 2011, the American people will be carrying a federal ID card that will double as a State-issued drivers' license. You will need it to vote. You will need it to enter a federal building. You will need it to buy a plane ticket. And, believe it or not, you will need it if you are stopped while jogging in the park or sitting on your front porch. Oh, yes... and because it will be your drivers' license as well, you will need it to drive your car.

You may be wondering how in the world we could have allowed this to happen. We "allowed it" to happen because we were more concerned about terrorists than civil liberties. Congress passed the Real ID Act on May 11, 2005, creating a mandatory national standard for State-issued drivers' licenses, making the data points identical on all cards. REAL ID requires State driver's license authorities to use more stringent measures to verify Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, proof of citizenship and immigration status. The act prescribes 18 SEPARATE SECURITY CONTROLS that States are now required to use when issuing driver's licenses.

Before a REAL ID can be issued, the applicant must provide the following documentation:

1. A photo ID that includes his or her full legal name and birth date
2. Documentation of birth date (i.e., your birth certificate)
3. Documentation of legal status and Social Security number
4. Third party documentation showing name and place of residence.

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