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The USA Should Have National ID Cards
United States government should issue national identity cards
Social security cards already act as a de facto national ID, even though they lack basic security features to be a national ID.
The lack of a national ID makes stealing a person's identity easier.
National ID cards would make compiling voter rosters easier and eliminate the need to register to vote.
A national ID will be an effective deterrent for illegal immigration.
National ID has nothing to do with a totalitarian regime.
Streamline and democratize the essential activities of society: voting, banking, education, freedom of movement, and payment and access to social programs.
ID cards are an essential element in preventing voter fraud.
National ID promotes totalitarian regime.
There are sufficient identification documents in the US (e.g. drivers licence)
You are a citizen of the State in which you live. You are a sovereign member of that nation, and in turn a citizen of the U.S.A.
The US constitution protects a right to privacy.
It would be extremely expensive to issue everyone with identity cards.
Biometrics (e.g. DNA, fingerprint, facial/voice recognition) are rapidly replacing the need for identity cards of any kind and far more difficult to fake
There would be increased capacity for communal coercion or nationalistic influence. There is potential for manipulation or use of the database that is inconsistent with its intended purpose.
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