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Senate offers new plan to secure driver's licenses

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posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 07:11 PM
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Senate offers new plan to secure driver's licenses


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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate wants to replace a Bush administration program to secure driver's licenses with a plan that would cost states less money - a plan that some say is a relaxation of the post-9/11 rules.
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"It is a recognition that Real ID, as originally passed, is simply not being put in place by the states," Napolitano said Monday.
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posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 07:11 PM
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Chang you say.. I say Ha Ha.. This is just an attempt at sugar coating the "real ID" program so as to make it more palatable by the States and their Populace.

This program from the start was a waste of tax payer money. The only thing that can come of this is a loss in privacy and further hindering of our individual freedoms.

I thought for awhile there that the issue of the "real ID" program had died off. I was mistaken. This administration of "change" (sarcasm hinted) is only restructuring old policies on the surface but keeping the key components. More freedoms wasted away once again.

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posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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Well said, and ultimately quite realistic.

That's exactly what we need to realize - we gotta stay on 'em like blood hounds.

Well done. Great post. Thanks.

Star & Flag for you.



posted on Jun, 16 2009 @ 01:02 AM
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OFF Topic: MemoryShock thanks for fixing the link. Not quite sure why it keeps doing that to me.

ON Topic: There are quite a few bills and laws being passed and edited in a manner that makes it look like they are giving priviledges or aid to the people when in reality they are not. It is becoming quite a disturbing trend.



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