Congressman Steve King seeks citizen on U.S. census form

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    Republican Congressman Steve King says census-takers in 2020 should ask if people living in the United States are citizens.

    “We need to be counting citizens instead of people for the purposes of redistricting,” King says. “That’s going to take at a minimum a statute and it may take a constitutional amendment and so in this upcoming...............
    Congressman Steve King Seeks Citizenship Question On U.S. Census Form
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    yes!!!why not??
     
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    Not for a moment do I labor under the delusion that those 'census takers' will follow any statute which is deleterious to Democrats.

    Certainly not after millions of illegal aliens followed Hussein Obama's instructions, and voted.
     
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    Yes and no MindWars
    First step, people need to organize and get registered
    with groups who are WILLING to manage their benefits,
    ie groups that the members are WILLING to reveal their status to.

    By tracking accountability for people, that's where the money and support
    will come from to cover those demands of the population.

    For example, if my family, coworkers and community know who I am,
    know that I am law abiding productive citizen, they are willing to help me
    if I run into medical needs or crisis. So when we build networks and programs
    around that, we cut down on bureaucracy needed to screen and prove who
    everyone is. Our local community associations already establish that.

    That way, people can choose to affiliate and organize by
    political party, by religious organizations, by schools companies or businesses,
    by nonprofit organizations etc.

    If we start with groups we already want to be signed up with,
    why not just organize and manage social benefits that way?
    And save a lot more hassle and red tape?

    If we all pick BANKS to have accounts with, why not manage
    collective health insurance benefits that way for members?
    So people CHOOSE which program to bank and invest in?

    If we organized that way, we wouldn't TIE the "social benefits"
    to govt ID, but these benefits can be personally and individually
    crafted by organizations WE CHOOSE which represent our interests and policies.
    Instead of relying on federal govt to try to spell out accommodations for everyone
    as diverse as our populations and states are across the country.
     

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