Skip to comments.The Proper Way to Complete Your Census Form
Posted on 03/23/2010 5:25:05 AM PDT by DBCJR
My mother remembers when they said that our Social Security Number would NEVER be used as an identification. Every 10 years they want to know more about YOU. This video coaches us in how to respond to that.
Hello. One person might live here. It might be 20. Now get the **** off my porch. That’s how you answer the census :)
Mine still says "Not for identification" on the card (it is my original). When the card is demanded, I point that out to the person demanding it.
The only way we will win this Republic back is one person at a time.
For the question on race, I checked “Other” and wrote in “American” (”Human” is good also).
LOL. I did the same.
“Daytona 500” and “Kentucky Derby” are my favorite races
“They” not only said your social security number would not be used for identification, the prohibition was printed on the SS card. I have one, and so do a whole bunch of folks. I treasure it as an example of how government IS the problem not the solution.
Did you leave the remainder of the form blank or write “n/a”.
I’m sending mine in today and answered the same one question.
How much does one legally have to answer?
I don’t see why they need my phone number or any of the other details they ask for. I don’t recall having been asked for that before, but maybe I just ignored it and have forgotten.
I sent in the number of peeps, a male and a female who were Americans.
No phone, no nothing else.
Nothing else. No names, no occupations, no race, no bullsh*t.
Apparently the census has offended some of barry’s fellow citizens.
My Wife looked up what worked for *required* in the last census.
We answered the first 3 questions (probably should of done just 2) and can’t wait to see if the census worker want’s to talk Constitution.
I did not address ANY of the other questions. They know where I live and that the address is occupied by two people. The don’t need our names or anything else. If they want to know more, it is public information and they can get it but NOT from me.
I only answered the first question i.e. number of people in household and that is all that is legally required.
I let them know that 4 people lived in my household, what their gender and ages (no birthdays) are and that was it.
I told my wife that if a Census worker shows up on the door step when I am home, I am going to have a sudden need to water the hanging plants on the front porch. She seems to think that I am going to get arrested at some point :-)
LOL! These people are just constantly offended by *EVERYTHING*! God, I am so sick of people like that.
That's what I did. My dad's answer is "NASCAR".
We like the government.
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