Wednesday, March 29, 2006

It all makes sense now

Some things you can find on Oregon.gov that don't contradict each other...

Press release:
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?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, are the Carousels back on again?

BEAR said...

Daniel, it all makes sense if you remember that to teddy the word Oregonian means illegals. He wants to protect them from the "anti-immigrant, nativist, racist, illegitimate current residents" of this region.

Anonymous said...

They may be but without state participation. If you notice the memo at the top is dated January '06 and the Gov has announced his flip flop on his decision to partcipate in them just a few weeks ago.

Scottiebill said...

Teddy the K has flip-floped again and he did it all in one session yesterday. We can all be assured that he will flip-flop again on something else. That apparently is part of his DNA make-up. Fortunately, he will be gone in November.

It just occurred to me that, after he has been given the ax in the upcoming primaries, he will probably move from Salem into the property tax subsidized condos in the Pearl District along side the last governor of Oregon, Kitzhaber. I wonder if Neil Goldschmidt lives there, too.

Anonymous said...

Thankfully, despite what you might hear, Teddy K is not going to be beaten in the primaries. The candidates who are oppsing him don't have the $ or organization to do so.

fschukar said...

Why in the hell is the governor now deciding that more state police are needed? We've been losing state troopers and support staff since and before his election. I am so hoping that folks who read the headlines also read the print below so they know what a phoney ploy this is to get his sorry ass re-elected.

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