This really sounds like a bad joke spoken between a bunch of people at a bar after 5 shots of Jack Daniels come to light. A state lawmaker from Marietta is sponsoring a bill that seeks to do away with Georgia driver's licenses. State Rep. Bobby Franklin, R-Marietta, has filed House Bill 7, calling it the "Right to Travel Act." In his bill, Franklin states, "Free people have a common law and constitutional right to travel on the roads and highways that are provided by their government for that purpose. Licensing of drivers cannot be required of free people, because taking on the restrictions of a license requires the surrender of an inalienable right." Franklin told CBS Atlanta News that driver's licenses are a throw back to oppressive times. Agents of the state demanding your papers," he said. "Were getting that way here. CBS Atlanta's Rebekka Schramm asked Franklin, How are we going to keep up with whos who and whos on the roads and whos not supposed to be on the roads? Thats a great question," Franklin said. "And I would have to answer that with a question, Why do you need to know whos who? What about 12-14-year-olds who want to drive? What would stop them?" Schramm asked. Well, whats stopping them now anyway? Franklin answered. - Ga. Lawmaker Proposes Doing Away With Driver's Licenses - Atlanta News Story - WGCL Atlanta Wow. Just WOW. I don't think even the most gifted of comedic writers could come up with such a farce. Talk about an absolute waste of time!