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Old Jan 23, 18, 12:05 pm
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bitterproffit
 
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Originally Posted by Boggie Dog View Post
I don't see anyone excusing the constitution in this thread. Do you or do you not support obeying the law?
I support the law. What law requires me to provide citizenship ID while traveling within the US?

Originally Posted by Boggie Dog View Post
If I'm not mistaken visitors to the U.S. are required to carry their Passport and Visa documents. 18 year old and older Green Card holders are required to carry their Green cards. Almost all other people have something with their name on it, Drivers License, SSN card, Medicare card of some other form of possible ID should a situation present that producing ID beats the available alternatives.

The underlying issue of uncontrolled, undocumented immigration will be painful to some but is fully justified and that is all this officer was doing, enforcing the law.

Again, what law requires me to carry proof of citizenship at all times as a US citizen?

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