Some things you can find on Oregon.gov that don't contradict each other...
Governor calls for more state police and stronger protections against ID theft
Speaking to county sheriffs, chiefs of police, and prosecutors from across Oregon, Governor Ted Kulongoski today called for measures to give Oregonians greater protection from identity theft...
Weekly Security Summary:
Identity thieves targeting online résumé posters
The concern is especially high in Arizona, which ranks first in the nation in per capita identity theft crimes, and is home to more than 500,000 illegal immigrants, who, in some cases, use false documents and fake Social Security numbers.
In some instances, identity thieves and illegal immigrant workers will establish fake identifications by using bits and pieces of various individuals' personal data. For example, an undocumented worker may use another person's Social Security number while maintaining his own name and home address.
Statement of support:
State agency participation in the Carrousel of Information
...the State of Oregon is engaged in various efforts to reach out to underserved communities in our state –including participation in the Carrousel of Information coordinated by the Mexican
consulate. I intend to continue with such efforts because I believe it is the right thing to do for all Oregonians.”
What contradiction? The governor wants to stop ID theft. Illegal aliens commit ID theft. The governor wants to help illegal aliens. What the problem?