Why the Census Question on Citizenship Doesn’t Matter
The media as usual has put an extreme hype on the census question on citizenship. Judges have ruled, liberals have screamed and as usual nothing really matters.
Asking a citizenship question on a census is taboo. After all there are so many un-documented immigrants in the United States that they feel this question is racist. Yes, we are racist when we ask a simple question if you are a citizen or not.
So here is why this is a laughing matter and doesn’t matter at all. First, un-documented immigrants broke the law for being here illegally, so are they really going to tell the truth on a census? That is like asking a convicted criminal if they are carrying a concealed weapon, or like asking a drug addict who their dope supplier is.
The census question for citizenship doesn’t matter a bit and anyone that thinks it does has been partaking in too much alcohol or marijuana to think clearly.
It’s a crime with a fine to lie on the census. Does it matter to the people that already broke the law coming here?
The real crime is taking voter information when applying for a Drivers License in California and expecting people to answer the same question truthfully.
The main-stream Democratic party just doesn’t want us to know that a large majority of their voting base is from un-documented illegal voters. If you don’t believe that just check out California’s voter fraud.