Next year, Americans will be asked to complete and return the census to Big Brother, I mean the government. While compliance with the census is required by law, do we really want certain agencies having our sensitive information?
The purpose of the census is to have a count of American citizens in order to determine congressional districts. That being said, I will be responding to the census with the number of people who live in this household. That's it. Anything beyond that is none of the government's business. That's exactly how we handled it during the last census, and that's how it'll be handled as long as I'm alive.
Biggovernment.com has listed some of the groups that have enlisted their services in helping the government carry out the task of the census. I'm not sure I'd give these groups the time of day let alone any personal information. I'll add any of my comments in bold.
In reading the list of organizations who have signed on to help count citizens, ask yourself if you will want representatives from these unions and left-leaning organizations in your home asking personal questions such as your income, whether you own guns, and whether everyone in the household has medical insurance. I, for one, sure as hell don't. They'll be met at the gate by myself, our pit bull, Zeus, and Ms. Lady Smith. They'll get one number. Session over.
What do you think the reaction would be if the NRA would be on this list?