The Census is used primarily to provide reliable statistics about the population or district. It is used by the government, schools, and other agencies to determine how resources should be allocated to any particular district, and how much of that resource will be needed.
Before the election of President Obama, no one seemed to have any real opposition to the Census. It was always looked upon as a necessary part of life here in the United States. We filled it out, knowing it’s purpose and realizing it’s necessity.
However, all that changed with the election of Barack Obama.
The freaks not only come out at nights, they come out in the days too. And Michele Bachmann is leading them with a blowhorn.
Mrs Bachmann, a United States Representative who should know the law and why the information on the census is required, tells her district, and everyone who would listen, that they shouldn’t fill it out.
“Unfortunately, the Census data has become very intricate, very personal, a lot of the questions that are asked. I know for my family, the only question we will be answering is how many people are in our home. We won’t be answering any information beyond that, because the Constitution doesn’t require any information beyond that.”
So to all the constituents in Michele Bachmann’s district, take heed. This is the first and only time I’ll be agreeing with this crazy woman. Do not fill out your census forms. If there’s no information available from your district, then your district technically don’t exist. No resources will be allocated to you, and there will be no need for the freak, Mrs. Bauchman.