View Full Version : Your papers please

11-23-2005, 10:47 AM

Meet Deborah Davis. She's a 50 year-old mother of four who lives and works in Denver, Colorado. Her kids are all grown-up: her middle son is a soldier fighting in Iraq. She leads an ordinary, middle class life. You probably never would have heard of Deb Davis if it weren't for her belief in the U.S. Constitution.
This is not America. When honest, law-abiding citizens can't commute to work on a city bus without a demand for their 'papers', something is very, very wrong.

One morning in late September 2005, Deb was riding the public bus to work. She was minding her own business, reading a book and planning for work, when a security guard got on this public bus and demanded that every passenger show their ID. Deb, having done nothing wrong, declined. The guard called in federal cops, and she was arrested and charged with federal criminal misdemeanors after refusing to show ID on demand.

On the 9th of December 2005, Deborah Davis will be arraigned in U.S. District Court in a case that will determine whether Deb and the rest of us live in a free society, or in a country where we must show "papers" whenever a cop demands them.

Rebel Patriot
11-23-2005, 12:47 PM
This is disgusting.

Get your passport now before the Biometrics are fully implemented. You need to have a way out of the country, just in case.

The American sheep will not wake up from this trance, and even if some do, they won't care, cause they are happy with their 30 pieces of silver.

I just don't see the US recovering from this in a non-violent manner, as Jefferson said, the tree of liberty must occassionally be watered with the blood of tyrants and patriots.

11-26-2005, 11:50 AM
I've never heard of them doing things like this, and I take the bus anywhere I can't walk. I don't have a "bus pass"...
Is this an inner city thing or something?

11-26-2005, 01:15 PM
I'd say the bus pass above is like, one you buy when you use the bus every day, one thats cheaper than buying a single ticket every day.