"Never been through a DUI check point?"<quoted text>
"There must be a reason for the authorities to stop me before they can stop me. Either on foot or in a motor vehicle, the government has no right to approach me unless they have a reasonable suspicion that a crime is being committed. They can't stop me just to see my papers. Well, they can but it would cost them because I'm the kind of guy who will sue the government entity that violates my civil rights."
Never been through a DUI check point? Illegal aliens aren't afraid to be asked something, they are afraid they won't have an answer to the question. I take it you have never been overseas? Where you are required to hand in your passport at the hotel desk before they give you a room. Illegal aliens don't like any requirements and want to run free. BTW, border patrol can ask anyone if they are a citizen and for papers at any time because it's a federal law, non US citizens must have immigration paperwork on their person at all times.
When I was active duty military on a military base I had to go through that crap all the time. Now that I am a civilian living out in the boondocks, I haven't even seen one in the past twenty years.
I served five overseas tours and didn't even have a passport. When I went downtown I stayed with locals and had a great time.
It sounds like you don't like freedom. You like having an intrusive government looking over your shoulder. That's fine with me. Just don't bring them over here where I live because I'm a free man living in a free country where the government serves at my pleasure.