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U.S. National ID card.....it's about time

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posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 03:16 PM
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Here, Here my good man [ or is it hear hear?]

I've been saying that in my own way for quite a while now.



Peace




posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 03:40 PM
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National ID will surely not solve all immigration problems, but I believe that a way to identify if a person is a legal citizen is essential for a functional state. That is already often acomplished by a passport or a drivers licence, and a national ID will be just a little improvement over current system, ensuring that everyone, even people without passport etc., has an ID. National ID cards are used in my country for more than 50 years, and it is just another paper that simplifies administration a bit.

What the US, and other countries IMHO need in the first place, is a way to secure borders, and do not allow illegal immigration.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 03:44 PM
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Originally posted by Maslo
What the US, and other countries IMHO need in the first place, is a way to secure borders, and do not allow illegal immigration.


The East Germans said the same things.

A wall keeps people from going out as well as coming in.

Let us not forget that.


More violent government is never the solution to any social problem.



[edit on 27-4-2010 by mnemeth1]



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 03:58 PM
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Exactly, thank you for saying what I was thinking,,,

Nothing to add.


Edit to add this link, guys. Read this thread, it will open your eyes.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

[edit on 27-4-2010 by Wide-Eyes]



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 04:10 PM
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I don't really have a problem with carrying a national I.D. card. It seems everyone that is here legally carries some sort of I.D. card anyway.

I prefer to carry my passport with me everywhere because it's all I need to get out when sh#t hit's the fan.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 04:24 PM
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Originally posted by mnemeth1


1. The national ID card will not prevent illegals from coming here.

2. The country is only in a situation where people are angry about immigrants coming here because the US has devolved into a socialist welfare state.

3. The economy can't support the immigrants because government and the Fed have destroyed it through massive mismanagement, over-regulation, the propping up of failed industries, multiple foreign wars, and insane taxation.

Given these facts, the proper solution to the immigration problem is not a national police state, but instead, eliminating government.






alright man, you are entitled to your opinion -

but it sounds to me you are not applying logic to your equation, I assume to promote your ideology or maybe you believe this in blind faith, your thing...

But the logic you have applied to this is akin to saying

The tires are worn, the A/C is busted, the engine misfires and I am afraid one day
the car will break down. I am broke, can't afford a new car and I can barely afford to keep fixing it but I also need it to get to work and make money because there is no other way to work...

Solution

KILL THE CAR

You sure do have a solution, but you are the intellectual nomans land and virtually free to say anything with the authority of nothing and everything behind you. You assert that a nuke will solve any problem, but you also fail to recognize every solution creates a new set of problems. Instead you seem to believe each woe will be replaced with roses
despite the nature of the woe as it relate to your solution. You also expect everyone else to adhere and bow before to the sweeping mastery of your concept.

I submit you alone fill out the equation backwards every time
because fictional speculation on such a total scale does not require any proof and does not force you to examine reaction/solution/problem of your 5,000,000,000 variable proposal.

this is what you ask us to do in debate- (just so you know your rhetoric is the rare
example that does this Exclusively)

Hey, I broke my leg

Put olive oil on it

Hey, the plane is crashing

Put olive oil on it

Hey, my salad is dry

Put olive oil on it

This building is burning out of control

Put olive oil on it

These mushrooms keep burning on the grill

Put olive oil on it

This why your ideas appear to be more religious in nature, it think it offends me because it is so very obvious , while you pretend this equative function does not accompany you everywhere you set up shop. Olive oil is a good thing, while I might agree on the Mushrooms, I would see a doctor for the broken leg. You expecting others
to worship the same principle is completely unfair and disconnected.








[edit on 27-4-2010 by Janky Red]



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 04:25 PM
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Here is another suggestion.
If people are so hesitant about implementing a U.S. National ID card, then how about this: let's make it a requirement that all U.S. citizens carry a U.S. Passport at all times, along with Driver's License.
It's as simple as that. (Some U.S. citizens actually do so)

There seems to be a misunderstanding about the new Arizona law, which I support.
The new Arizona law does not allow a law enforcement official to question any legal status of a person (white or non-white) UNLESS he or she is committing a crime.

In any case, I am all for a U.S. National ID system.

www.myspace.com...



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by Norio Hayakawa
Here is another suggestion.
If people are so hesitant about implementing a U.S. National ID card, then how about this: let's make it a requirement that all U.S. citizens carry a U.S. Passport at all times, along with Driver's License.
It's as simple as that. (Some U.S. citizens actually do so)

There seems to be a misunderstanding about the new Arizona law, which I support.
The new Arizona law does not allow a law enforcement official to question any legal status of a person (white or non-white) UNLESS he or she is committing a crime.

In any case, I am all for a U.S. National ID system.

www.myspace.com...



How about not.

How about we get the government out of our lives and stop the welfare state.

This way we will not have to worry about illegals using public services.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:36 PM
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We already have a national ID card, it uses a system called AAMVAnet. .....Lets say you get stopped in another state, and they want to check for warrants. They use AAMVAnet to check your card.

The next step is to create the "right crisis" so people will demand "a little temporary safety [RFID] in exchange for essential liberty [no privacy, no buying or selling without the mark]".

This is already happening in Mexico. People are demanding to be chipped with RFID because kidnapping have become rampant in that despotic state.

Mexicans willingly take RFID implants to prevent kidnapping
www.rfidnews.org...

related:

Dozens of Gunmen Storm Mexican Holiday Inn, Kidnapping at Least 6 People
www.laht.com...

ATS thread: Southern Arizona is a war zone
www.abovetopsecret.com...





[edit on 27-4-2010 by zzombie]



posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 11:21 PM
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Originally posted by mnemeth1
How about not.

How about we get the government out of our lives and stop the welfare state.

This way we will not have to worry about illegals using public services.



Dude, you won't get anywhere with this line of thinking. I have been preaching this for 5-6 years now and its normally ignored because it goes against both parties.

Conservatives want them out in total opposition to their Conservative Principles, which seem to fade in and out based on the topic.

Liberals want them to stay, not really sure why but they surely don't want to get rid of social programs and will turn on the waterworks to see that people are emotionally scarred for even thinking it.

Thinking about this issue alone has bred some half-baked and downright stupid ideas, as is evidenced on this very board, talk radio, and tv constantly.

I swear this issue makes people dumber. Superficial opinions for superficial politics.



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