And just when you thought getting a driver's license was a great privilege? You would think being born, your parents, grand parents, great grand parents, educated, going to church, a descendant of slavery, early American wars, Veteran... was enough to prove you're a lawful American citizens, but not anymore.
Being born in America does not mean shit anymore and it means even less than that as the years go by. As teenagers Americans used to look forward to doing all the things mature adults enjoy, but no more.
You would think being a US citizen, serving in the military and never having your driver’s license taken away would mean something in your hometown, but no more. After reaching the ripe old age of 60 and no physical limitations or episodes of reckless driving, the DMV would be happy to extend your driving privileges, but no more. And I'm more American than the President, 60 years without incident.
Being a good American, I went to get one of those secure driver’s licenses to help protect myself from identity theft and “MY God”! The first there are the Long ass lines and then there are all the surprises like: Customers who are renewing or applying for the first time, must visit a DDS Customer Service Center in person and present documents proving identity, social security number and residential address. Simply, why wasn’t my current driver’s license good enough? I’m still driving with it and will be until 2018 or so?
The older Americans get the more they must prove lawful presence in America. If that’s the goal, and we have all this automation, why do you cause naturalized citizens to keep proving this shit? So if you want to see what the future of American drivers and the DMV looks like look at the photo just above, on and off line, lines, lines and lines.
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