Driving is a right a car is property , there's no reason for a license or registration nor taxes... This all goes against the 4th ,which congress I guess had made up an exemption to an amendment that was ratified after all out war ..
So .. these traitors are already dead but their impact on law has not been rectified..
This was an usurpation of our law.. it cannot stand ..
It stands with ignorance..
We can have safer roads with safer drivers without licenses... We have the ability to learn .. without a dictator telling us how to think..
Signs at safe locations to be seen as driver reminders.. like when stopped at red ,there could be the signs or when the road slows down ..have more round abouts , families start letting kids drive with them younger & more often on private roads...
I believe in the whole of the people being good ,yes there are bad people on the fringes of society that more education would solve ..
& it appears most in the government at times seems to be a fringe, from an abnormality of poor education,& or deliberate manipulation from factions with agendas that have a lot of control .
I know the whole of the people are good & need to take leadership of government business & only allow the government to be administrators as it was written..
We the people...
It's basically anarchy,which means no rulers.. the whole of the people lead .. government officials only can administrate the leadership of the people..
Connecticut had not enough detour signs to not get lost .. why that happen? Because like many states we have ineptitude from a lack of education..
But the whole of the people is good!
A lady helped me out ! Why ?? Because the whole of people are good!!!!
I don't know why I even responded to this. This is about the dumbest fuckin' thing I've read on Agnostic, save for every single post in the Conservative Atheists group. Wouldn't be surprised if you were one of them.
The operation of a motor vehicle on public roadways is never a right. It is always a privilege. The issuing of licenses by governing agencies is the manifestation of that privilege. Not understanding this basic concept is what leads to the thought that "driving is a right". Sure, on your own private property, as the owner of said property, you can set any (or lack of any) regulations regarding driving. However, in the public domain, it is the responsibility of "the government" to regulate driving privileges.
In regards to the 4th amendment, and the argument that the 4th amendment somehow effects the validity of the concept of licensing; this is a misunderstanding of what the 4th amendment states. The 4th amendment protects against undue search and seizure. The argument for traffic stops is where people who are arguing against licensing try to shoehorn their concept for legality of licensing. SCOTUS has repeatedly found that the conducting of a "traffic stop" is the correct application of the seizure of the vehicle according to the 4th amendment, so long as the stop is initiated with probable cause of a crime.