CLEARWATER – Libertarian Party of Florida Chairman Adrian Wyllie will surrender his driver’s license in protest of Florida’s implementation of the Real ID Act at noon on Tuesday, May 17 at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles office at 29399 Hwy 19 North in Clearwater (map). He has invited the public to witness the protest, and urges others to do the same.
However, he says that he will continue to drive as an exercise of his common law right, and as a protest to Real ID.
There are those in our political sphere who talk big but when push comes to shove have balls the size of BBs. Then there are those who actually have balls, including Mr. Wyllie, and who are willing to walk their talk.
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