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Originally posted by iforget
reply to post by Starseed32
Census has not begun, they are not asking for information at this time. At face value they are recording the location of every front door in America, via GPS, in order to facilitate the upcoming census.
Originally posted by Starseed32
This is very interesting about these census agents. First, I find it weird that they are starting so early. I mean, if they are trying to get info from people now for the 2010 census, don't they think that by 2010 that many of these people that they have questioned so far would have moved to another location? I feel that even someone coming to the door and "asking how many people live here" is very dangerous. I would become very suspicious about this! I would much rather get something in the mail to answer and mail back then to tell some stranger off the street that I might live alone or not.
I feel that there is more going on than meets the eye!
A couple of weeks ago, my daughters friend came down and asked if I saw the guy walking around the neighborhood wearing all black with a black cap on looking at each house and writing something down. I didn't see him but it made me very nervous for all of the kids in the neighborhood that were playing outside at the time. What is he gathering by just looking at the houses as he walks down the street? Nobody has come to the door yet but I will be watching from here on out.
Originally posted by GreenBicMan
why does he have to GPS tag your door?
"a census employee does not have to honor "No Trespassing" signs. It is their job to determine if a residence is there, whether of course the people like it or not. So that is a downfall. Nevertheless, with all the bitc#$%^ about the Constitution, a census is probably one of the few things left that is Constitutional, as it is written in the Constitution that ever so many years a National Census will be taken to determine the population of the Nation."