I can’t decide how significant it is…

…that this guy looks exactly like Steve Martin to me.

Insert obligatory rant about how ID wouldn’t be required in a free society, and all that…

ETA: Okay, Alert Readers have pointed out the significance, which is that that actually is Steve Martin.

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6 Responses to I can’t decide how significant it is…

  1. Kentucky says:

    You have to love that he’s apparently selling alcohol, tobacco (close), and firearms at a single source. It’s an ATF one-stop-shop. UHMERICA!!!!

    Considering that, perhaps it actually IS Martin.

  2. Ben says:

    I don’t see a banjo, but that’s either Steve Martin or a guy who should be a professional impersonator.

  3. Kentucky says:

    Upon reflecting on the fact that it’s apparently in NYC, I believe the firearms have been photoshopped into the picture. Close examination would appear to confirm this. Still, it’s a clever bit of comedy.

  4. Tim Benner says:

    ID. Definitely an invasion of our privacy. Yet, in the public welfare we need it to vote and contract deals. It is a pendulum swinging. We loose liberties and then gain them back.

  5. jabrwok says:

    I don’t much care for mandatory I.D., but I care even less for people voting more than once in any given election, or illegals voting at all, or even being in the country. And I don’t know of any solution to those issues that doesn’t involve some kind of I.D. system. A sufficiently secure border would alleviate the illegal alien problem, but would do nothing about the “vote early, vote often” issue. Not to mention identity theft.

To the stake with the heretic!