posted on Dec, 2 2012 @ 04:06 PM
From a partisan standpoint,
Hardly anyone would be against "showing the papers" here if this was a republican president - of that there is little doubt at all. The clamor would
be thunderous and the subject would not be let go of nor denigrated in Alinsky fashion until ALL the records were produced, period!!!!
It'd be like getting bitten by a pitt-bull with lockjaw, only way to get it off would be full disclosure from reliable sources.
From a practicle standpoint,
Regardless of politics I can pass an E-Verify check hands down, Have had to show my certified documents for passport and drivers license, my SS# has
been the same ALL my life and I filled out a selective service card that will pass muster.
I can assure all here that were I even elected dog-catcher I'd have no problem with showing docs if asked, fact I'd be proud to do so - its really
not a big deal.
Why is it different for this man? Whats to fear? Why keep the controversy going? Why spend the money to do so?
He obviously does not care one whit for any of our rights to privacy with the massive violations of personal privacy his administration allows listed
all over this board by many posters.
Why so fervent about his?