What will cost South Carolina taxpayers $25 million, plus $11 a year, require you to renew your drivers license twice as often and wait twice as long in line while you do it? Did I mention that it will also help the Federal government keep tabs on you?
That’s right, from the same people who opened our borders and told airlines they couldn’t have guns for self-defense and should co-operate with hijackers, leading the 9/11 attacks, comes more insanity to make your life difficult while doing nothing to stop future terrorism.
Well, it’s states rights to the rescue. Six states have passed bills or resolutions refusing to comply with the draconian National ID Act of 2005. Now South Carolina could be next in line to say “enough is enough.” On April 6th, the SC State Senate passed S. 449, requiring that the Federal government pay for all expenses and make changes before it could be implemented in South Carolina.
The bill is currently in the House Committe on Education and Public Works. Call your state rep today and tell him NO to the National ID Act, and YES on the Senate Bill to halt implementation. Here is detailed contact information for all SC State Reps. If you do not know who your rep is, enter your zip code.
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