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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Privacy?

I haven't been subjected to this survey personally, but apparently the probing census questions we experience every ten years have become annual.
“We ask these questions to get key statistics used to determine poverty levels, measure economic well-being, and gauge the need for economic assistance,” the bureau explains. 
In other words, they need the information to determine the winners and losers so that government bureaucrats thousands of miles away can pick new winners and losers. 
After staging a rare, genuine filibuster on the Senate floor, Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, last week introduced Senate Bill 530 to remove the criminal penalty for those who refuse to take part in this annual federal creep-fest that is not even required by the Constitution. You can add this legislation to the growing nationwide mantra of “Stand with Rand.”
Anyone else bothered by this close scrutiny of our government supposed to be for the people and of the people as opposed to for themselves?

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