Learn About the Oregon CAFR: Prepare to be Shocked

June 22, 2010

Editor’s note: Walter Burien sent me this email yesterday. It contains a copy of a letter he sent to Oregon Representative Bruce Hanna. Then follows the analysis.

I know that this article will bore some of you to death. But some of you have read my previous postings about Walter Burien and just didn’t get the seriousness of the issue.

Ladies and Gentlemen, there is no reason whatsoever that American citizens should suffer taxation any longer. The vastness of the wealth controlled by governmental bodies staggers a reasonable mind.

If you are one of the people dismissive of this information, you are still living in a fog. I pray that your fog lifts soon.

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TO: Representative Bruce Hanna
R-Roseburg – District 7
900 Court St. NE, H-395
Salem, OR 97301

Tel. (503) 986-1407

Rep. Hanna:

The following is an Audit Review of the 2003 Oregon CAFR (10.9 billion potential surplus identified).

In your recent statements your comments from the Oregon House Floor per OR identifying “a “surplus revenue source from within the CAFR, the following is a more in-depth ‘Comprehensive’ review of Oregon’s State 2003 CAFR.

An audit of the 1,000 + “other” local government’s CAFRs “in” Oregon that are separate from the state report would dwarf the $10.9 billion dollar potential surpluses shown for and from the State level Government accounting.

Please share this communication with your other members of the house and your press contacts for their review.

Sent FYI from,

Walter Burien – CAFR1.com
P. O. Box 2112
Saint Johns, AZ 85936

Tel. (928) 445-3532

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Now, go to:http://CAFR1.com/Oregon.html to read the remaining portion of the article. You will be SHOCKED to learn how much money Oregon has squirreled away. And remember, Oregon’s population is only 3.8 million. Can you imagine the wealth controlled by their southern neighbor, California, with over 36 million residents?

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