Wednesday, February 11, 2015

TSA Demands Internal Passport for Domestic Travel

Precedents exist for requiring citizens to produce special ID for domestic travel; they include Nazi Germany, apartheid South Africa and Russia (both Imperial and Soviet). Over the Christmas season, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) quietly announced that America was walking down that path. By 2016, all domestic air travel will require either a traditional passport or a federally-compliant ID card called "Real ID." State driver's licenses will no longer allow Americans access to domestic flights, as they do now. Real ID will constitute an internal passport.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Really, ask yourselves, what are we waiting for?

Anonymous said...

TSA needs a rectal exam!

PO'd American said...

When the SHTF, it's not going to be the military that you have to worry about, it's the local mouth breathers...the goons with the sixth grade education, the gun, the badge, and the attitude that they control you.

Anonymous said...

Papperin schnell

close as I can get to kraut
Old Bill in Fla

prambo said...

This country is rapidly becoming a "wet dream of invasive surveillance" that Hitler and Stalin would have killed to have. The disease of state anal probing is spreading like kudzu.

And the sheeple still graze on American Idol, NFL "thug ball", scripted "reality" TV and the latest useless cell phone.

If this country does go down the porcelain facility, I doubt they'll even notice.

Paul X said...

Solution: stop flying.

If you mind having your balls fondled, stop going back for more...

THEBigFatPanda said...

Good thing I enjoy driving. Tsa can kiss my lily white ass.

Anonymous said...

More and more reasons why I WILL NO LONGER FLY.

B Woodman
III-per

Justin Travis said...

"Dreamers", illegal aliens, and Muslim terrorists are exempt.

Anonymous said...

Trust me folks! They mean to have check points on every road out of town and many more in town.

Objections?

Well they don't care about your objections, or your constitution and bill of rights. Just asked the judge they will tote out to tell you that you're wrong and everything they are doing is right, and constitutional! All to a chorus of "He's so fine" from the media, who couldn't be happier that all this is happening.

Ramsey A. Bear said...

THEBigFatPanda said...

Good thing I enjoy driving. Tsa can kiss my lily white ass.

Don't forget the roving TSA VIPER teams on the road. "Show me your papers! Get out of the car while we search it. We don't need no stinkin warrant!"

Anonymous said...

If they get away with this for one form of interstate transportation, they can get away with it for all, including private forms (not really private, since all 'vehicles' are owned by the state they're registered in).

MadMagyar

Paul X said...

Mark Spungin's book "Neither Predator Nor Prey" has a remedy for those VIPR teams.

http://www.neitherpredatornorprey.com/

Anonymous said...

Although i'm not necessarily a fan of what the Viet Cong stood for, I am a fan of how they carried out ambushes. Just spitballin' here for when the TSA has checkpoints at the local intersection is all...

William Munny said...

"Stop flying" my arse.
SCOTUS has ruled that "immigration" checkpoints are legal within 100 miles of any land or sea border.
Go Youtube some of the encounters at these roving checkpoints.
Taking into consideration this latest development, does anyone seriously believe that these stops will not be expanded to locations on the highway system outside of that zone in the future?

Waiting In Idaho said...

I'm a retired airline pilot who has had enough TSA bullshit. I can fly for free, but I drive anywhere I need to go. If they start putting up road check points they may have a big problem.

Anonymous said...

Ramsey A. Bear says:

THEBigFatPanda said...

Good thing I enjoy driving. Tsa can kiss my lily white ass.

Don't forget the roving TSA VIPER teams on the road. "Show me your papers! Get out of the car while we search it. We don't need no stinkin warrant!"

February 12, 2015 at 7:44 AM

BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Oops.

ag42b said...

It is now easier to get a passport than a driver's license!

"Non-compliant" individuals are issued a 2-year "driver privilege card".

Vermont's regulations on this are here http://dmv.vermont.gov/licenses/drivers/identity

It is worth looking at the whole driver license site.