What’s Missing Here?

12 06 2017

Jefferson City

As expected, Greitens signs Real ID.  Not because anyone wanted it, but because the Federal government threw around its bully power.  Because, land of the “free.”

What’s missing in this article?

It’s really auspicious.

The race to the gold star starts…NOW.

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8 responses

12 06 2017
Alex the Goon

Somehow I don’t think Uncle Sambo cares what your ID looks like, when you apply for Section Ape, food stamps, or other handouts. And especially not when you vote.

12 06 2017
UlricKerensky

I think the whole thing is absurd. Signing on a military base (!), “secure facility” (So they aren’t secure before?), criminal penalties (I would hope that’s not new), letting people opt out, etc.

12 06 2017
Alex the Goon

Yeah, if Uncle Sambo reinstituted the draft, would he turn enlistees away because their IDs were insufficiently R.E.A.L.?

13 06 2017
Truth-hammer

What? No mention of all of the poor, oppressed negroes who will be further oppressed by having to get a driver license/state ID. We all know that evil YT is bein’ rayciss again, and tryin’ to keep down the black man. Lordy Jeebus!

13 06 2017
countenance

That’s a good angle, what what I’m really thinking about affects that, but it’s not what I’m thinking about. I’ll answer below.

13 06 2017
Truth-hammer

Read the accompanying article and another link in the STL Post-Dispatch regards car break-ins. STL was a nigger shite-hole when I lived there in the early 2000’s. It is three times the nigger shite-hole now. Christ, how do you evil YT St. Louisans live there?

13 06 2017
countenance

Booze and snark.

I have that article in my hopper, though that one is as easy as noting the old axioms — You get what you pay for, and if it’s too good to be true, it probably is.

13 06 2017
countenance

Okay, where’s what I’m chasing after.

And it’s something I haven’t been able to find out through back channels.

Probably because the ultimate answer will happen at the bureaucratic or administrative level, not the legislative level.

Let me give you an example:

Both Missouri’s and Florida’s regular drivers’ licenses are valid for six years.

Florida is RID compliant, Missouri not until now.

Cost for the license? Missouri is $20, Florida is $48.

What’s missing here is now much more getting the license or getting it renewed will cost.




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