Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Kansas City Census Winning Amid Illegal Alien 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Policy?!?!

Prez Trump took and L and now one of his gang might get the ax because of it . . . Speaking of ax, here's a progressive local missive on questions that census workers won't be able to ax . . . Read more:

KC ask your questions about the Census and its impact on Kansas City

It happens once a decade, and the next one is scheduled for 2020. What is it? The U.S. census, where the government does the official headcount for the country. The process is expected to take the entire year before results are delivered to the president in December of next year.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

The fundamental question of any census should be are you a CITIZEN ?
Why is that offensive ? Only non citizens should be offended and they have no right to be or even be here anyway if not willing to answer.

Anonymous said...

An yet that question has not been on the census since the McCarthy era. Weird.

Anonymous said...


6:56 What in the hell is your point? You are such a follower. All you can say is weird, your vocabulary is very limited. Since you are such a bot here's news for you! Barack Obama has told you to f**k off so you had better run along now, you mindless twit.

Anonymous said...

6:56 wrong dummy, Barry bathhouse had it removed. I think it’s a fair question, we all need to know who’s living here, that way they can be taxed and pay their fair share. Somehow not weird. Because Barry divided the country and nearly killed the middle class. Very weird since that’s the majority of the taxes being paid. Extremely weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^You really must be a captive of Fox News. The question has not been on the census since 1950.

Anonymous said...

^^^^So Obama, who was born in 1962, must have ordered the removal when he was in a previous life, right? Weird.

Anonymous said...

7:46, that's not quite true. It was on the long form census until 2010.

Anonymous said...

7:46 so so right and 8:26 is dead on the money!

Anonymous said...

What @8:26 forgot to mention was that the supplemental survey he calls the "long form census" was only sent to one out of ~500 households, and answers, unlike the "real" census, were optional.

Anonymous said...

@6:19, then are we correct in assuming that you would have no problem with a question like... "Do you own any firearms?
If "Yes" list manufacturer, caliber and serial number in Appendix 116.", is that right?

Super Dave said...

The question of being a citizen of not should be the first question on the form. But I'm sure most that it pertains to will either ignore or lie about.

There will never ever be a true census of this country done again.

Anonymous said...

It was eliminated by Obama. Here's the census form used in 1990 and 2000 direct from the census site:

https://www.census.gov/history/pdf/1990_questionnaire.pdf

Page 6, question 9 literally asks if the person is a US citizen

Also, Trump got a better deal on this because they can use federal data for illegal immigrant date which is more reliable.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^I'm glad you're happy Agent Orange got a better deal, but the link you provided is for the questionnaire that goes to a select few. (We got one last year.) It's not the form most people get to complete.

Anonymous said...

@9:58, then we will not assume,
we know you will eagerly reply "YES" to questions...."Are all your panties pink to match your pussy hat collection?"...."Does your wife change the oil in her truck and your pink Beetle, because you don't want to muss your hair and dirty up your manicure?"...."Did you really tell your daughter it's fun to borrow her dresses, now that you're a tranny?"

Anonymous said...

Don't ask, don't tell policy?

That must be don't ask how hard Trump failed on getting the question on the form and don't tell supporters he's an incompetent fraud.

Anonymous said...

Orange Man bad is the only thought in your tiny mind.

Anonymous said...

The long form went to about one in six addresses, not one in 500.

Anonymous said...

One in 487, AND the "citizenship question was deleted in 1992, both according to the Census Bureau's website.

Anonymous said...

This ridiculous battle over the census question will only push USA closer to national ID card system.