The 2010 Census isn’t for counting Americans, it’s a tactic for districts to acquire more federal funding. Counties are looking for ways to compensate for providing health care and school services to thousands of residents who don’t pay taxes. There’s no section on the form for “citizenship”; in other words, there will be a lot of illegal alien bean-counting. Illegals don’t have the right to be here, but that won’t stop officials from using fraudulent data to pad their numbers.
In addition, the information, according to an investigative report in the WSJ, will be used to:
‘…determine the apportionment of House members and Electoral College votes for each state. To accomplish these vital constitutional purposes, the enumeration should count only citizens and persons who are legal, permanent residents. But it won’t.
Instead, the U.S. Census Bureau is set to count all persons physically present in the country—including large numbers who are here illegally. The result will unconstitutionally increase the number of representatives in some states and deprive some other states of their rightful political representation. Citizens of “loser” states should be outraged. Yet few are even aware of what’s going on.’
What this means is more Gerrymandering of districts based on minority (and illegal alien) population. This is un-Constitutional, but that’s not stopping the Dems (again) from pulling this blatant violation.
When I get my little Census greeting here’s what I will do: I will answer Question #1 , and that’s it. As for the rest, I will write in a succinct “I refuse”. As to the question pertaining to “race”, I will write in “American”.
If a government thug shows up at my home, I will tell him/her that they are trespassing, and to leave the premises.