I'm back from my vacation and ready to jump back into the fray!
Apparently the DMV in North Carolina is slapping a NAU logo on all their licenses.
They are the first state to officially join the movement to create a standard and individually unique ID system that can be used throughout the continent.
It makes quite a bit of sense to put a single identification mark to verify that a license is indeed valid throughout the country- as you can't possibly keep track of all the licenses and other official IDs from each state and if you saw one from a different state you'd have no real way of telling if it is fake. If there was just a hologram of the United States, I could understand, but when you start including other countries I get worried. When you involve the DMV, my confidence in the issue plummets about as fast as the congressional approval level- maybe even faster! Heck, at least the politicians smile when they set in motion things that are bound to ruin the day. I'd have thought it's just paranoia, but combined with everything else going on, and given that they say the long term plan is to have a license valid throughout North America, I can't say the worries are without merit.
I don't want our resources going to give an unamerican lawbreaker alien a license. If we have the resources to take their photo for an ID, we certainly have the resources to grab them and kick them out! They have no business in America if they just want to recreate the country they fled.
A simple US hologram on an ID to verify that it is valid in our own country is one thing, but a NAU ID forced on lawful citizens should not be tolerated. No proclamation can ever legitimize such an action, and nothing anyone says will ever legitimize the presense of those here against the law, who keep increasing crime through rape, murder, gang violence, and driving under the influence time and time again until they kill someone!
I hope the people of North Carolina will stand up for their rights, and the rights of all Americans in throwing off this obscene NAU ID/tracking device.