Skip to comments.Police Struggle to Find Drivers 'that don't exist'(Illegal aliens? ya think...)
Posted on 04/13/2008 6:22:40 AM PDT by kellynla
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But I guess that only happens to bitter, typical white people.
But I guess that only happens to bitter, typical white people and who are American Citizens.
“subject to arrest” it is often up to the cop to arrest or just issue an appearance citation.
There are two types of violations, 1. suspended license (which you can only get if you HAD a license) and 2. driving without a license. (which is not as big a deal)
If you get popped without ever having a license the computer systems often generate a dummy license number as a place holder for the case. Thus an illegal getting stopped ten times for not ever having a licence could have 10 “new” cases with 10 “new” dummy DL numbers.
This way each time it is a case of first impression.
Parksley is located on Virginia's Eastern Shore. I recently went to an auction not too far from Parksley. The main road through the eastern shore , US 13, is chock full of Mexican stores, (Tiendas).
White man’s laws
White man’s fault.
There's less paperwork for ticketing a citizen then there is for processing an illegal.
It happened right out in front of where I work. The cops pulled over an illegal and found he had no license, no insurance and was surely illegal. They gave him a ticket. Let him go.
Don't know about the bitter part, but I'm sure if your last name is smith, etc, etc, your car is about to be towed.
Look closely, you will find a Tyson plant somewhere close.
However, there does seem to be a virtual world out there, the population of which is increasing by leaps and bounds. Perhaps it started with the mythical families of enthusiastic voters, living at mythical addresses, created for Loretta Sanchez in her fraudulent campaign against good old B-1 Bob Dornan.
Then there were the cloned licenses issued by the Hispanic Affirmative Action Bureaucrat Brotherhood in the CA DMV. Now we have the FBI attempting to interview 500 New Orleans policemen about why they didn't show up for work during Katrina. They had a great excuse. Although they were drawing salaries, they didn't exist!
This has to stop. I don't mind the occasional dead voter being carried on the books, after all it's possible I knew the guy and how he should vote. But I loathe the idea of virtual, which is to say imaginary, voters. Theologically unsound.
There’s a Perdue chicken plant in Accomack County, on Rte 13.
It must be a dangerous town when someone sleeps with a handgun in their lap. Only 837 people live there. 2006 census
Politicians use stolen identities for fake votes--registering names, then, on election day, giving ringers lists of names and precincts of where to vote.
Pols also make up lists of phony donations for the FEC (it's actually funny money probably from bribes, kickbacks, and markups that pols are laundering.) In at least one published case---Hillary listed a donor who says she never gave her a dime.
Pols' ID scams was first put forth on FR by FReeper Calpernia.
Everyday we read about ID thefts (sometmes billed as being "lost")---and rings of ID thieves operating all over the place....one ring just outed was using stolen ID's of hospital patients.
In my state, the virtual people also collect paychecks, pensions and actually hold job positions.
We, traditional republicans, haven’t figured out how to reach out to this voter bloc yet. They are just die(d) hard democrats.
Maybe a call to 1911 would be better than 911 in this case.
(for the jocularity impaired, that’s a joke)
Maybe if you had a virtual legislature and governor it'd be easier (/sarc)
There is an idea with merit!
Where anything goes and whither goeth many many SS checks, sometimes many to the same mailbox.
Our amigos y vecinos del sur invented the virtual person ages ago when they discovered that 1 Mexican in Mexico could easily be three or four people in the nearby territory of Aztlán.
Manuel Rodriguez y Gomez soon discovered that he was listed alphabetically under G for Gomez. So the next time, he simply becomes Manuel Rodriguez, But few gringo flak catchers knew that he could be Manuel Gomez-Rodriguez, or Manuel R. Gomez. María Hernández, his encantadora esposa, is actually María Hernández de Rodriguez, Maria Rodriguez, María Rodriguez-Gomez, etc. ad nauseam, depending upon the head of the unit's imaginaciòn and the incompetence of the issuing agencies.
Soon, como la noche sigue la tarde, came drivers licenses in each name, all kinds of multiple goodie plastic ID's for health care, food stamps, and the entire panoply of CA welfare services. Not to mention green cards and SS IDs.
You see gringos, in the old-fashioned Spanish culture, one's name is a matter that permits of much personal interpretation. Besides, there are just not that many surnames in Spanish to begin with. A simple phone book check in Yourtown USA should prove that to your satisfaction. Look up José Sánchez. 18 pages later .....
Thus, it seemed so natural to Loretta Sanchez. She gave each contrived persona a contrived family ... and hey, they had to live somewhere ... and vote for someone ... how about Loretta?
Thanks Kenny Bunk.
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