Here’s my challenge to Ken Kookynelly: Stop me and ask for my papers, fool.
At age 65 and as a retired Army officer, I’ve never carried proof of citizenship except when outside the country with my passport. In my wallet I carry: VA DL; retired Military ID; huntin’ and fishin’ licenses; photos of my grandson, wife, and children; voter registration; various credit cards, debit cards, and the usual other trash. None of this proves my citizenship status.
Of course, as a white man, I’m not likely to be asked to “show me your papers.” Maybe if I pulled a John Boehner and hosed myself with Tan-In-A-Can I’d be stopped for DWDS (Driving With Dark Skin).