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What about the right every person to be able to read and know what the laws are?
The published regulations from the General Services Administration about federal
buildings say theyʹre open to the public during business hours. Thereʹs no mention of IDs.
But the guards who work for DHS enforce the secret law.
There is no published regulation or law that requires ID on trains, buses, ferries, or
planes. Yet 99 percent of passengers have to show an ID to get onboard. The judges in the
Gilmore versus Gonzales case announced in their opinion that TSA doesnʹt actually
require ID to fly. So what that means is the signs in the airport that TSA put up are all lies.
The airline employees are ordered to lie to the passengers that ID is a requirement.
Well, the citizens donʹt know what it says either, so they can hardly contest it.
When this news came out of the court, and reporters, some of whom are in this roomcalled up TSA and said, ʺSo whatʹs with the signs in airports, why do they lie?ʺ The TSA spokesman said off the record, ʺOh, theyʹre lying to passengers so that TSA will have to do fewer physical searches.ʺ
Originally posted by asperetty
reply to post by mysterioustranger
Well of course...the government is not going to issue a government ID in the form of an international passport to someone who is not one its own citizens...
The question is, why is the government getting involved in private matters? Air travel is a private business, so shouldn't the airline be responsible for their passengers?edit on 20-1-2011 by asperetty because: (no reason given)