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The $14.5 billion US Census asked your national origin. But it didn't ask if you were a US citizen. An estimated 20 million illegal immigrants were counted as citizens.

Other researchers say the number is more like 34 million.
I'd say we ship all those immigrants back to where they came from, England and Germany. There are a few other countries too, but those are the biggies, and their kids too.
illegal immigrants.
Census? What Census?
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I have to wonder, what is the point of asking whether someone is an illegal immigrant or not? Wouldnt the person just lie? Or not fill it out to begin with? If you think about it, I dont think there is a point about asking; do you really think that many illegal immigrants decided to even fill one of these things out?
I asked the census kid about that very thing, but don't remember what he said... <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/scream.gif" alt="Scream" title="scream" /> He came around the day after I read how the census was used to round up all the Japanese for the internment camps-oddly enough already all set up for them. In places like Bumfuck, Wyoming.
Quote:I asked the census kid about that very thing, but don't remember what he said... <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/scream.gif" alt="Scream" title="scream" /> He came around the day after I read how the census was used to round up all the Japanese for the internment camps-oddly enough already all set up for them. In places like Bumfuck, Wyoming.
They did the same thing to round up the Cherokee for Removal.
Quote:I'd say we ship all those immigrants back to where they came from, England and Germany. There are a few other countries too, but those are the biggies, and their kids too.


hey hey hey! my ancestors stole their land the right way! They fought the natives hand to hand-mind to mind, got carried away in Indian wars up to Canada where some stayed with their captors-blah blah blah. First documented here was Richard of Nottinghamshire-he became a 'freeman' after two years-I don't know what his status was prior to 'freeman' but Richard hit the new land running-a surveyor and on grand juries as soon as he was 'free' (which probably meant "free to be taxed and conscripted" out of his ying yang).

I didn't even know there was a bloody civil/theocratic war and Inquisition going on in jolly old England at the time of their passage in 1644 to the already well established colony of Rhode Island. They just kind of gloss over the 'Puritan v Pilgrim' thing in school-when it was really the Catholic v King James version of the Bible Anglican church total war going on. They were fleeing the wars that were killing everyone but the simplified version of 'religious freedom' is what is taught.
Quote:[quote author="ArniK"]I'd say we ship all those immigrants back to where they came from, England and Germany. There are a few other countries too, but those are the biggies, and their kids too.


hey hey hey! my ancestors stole their land the right way! They fought the natives hand to hand-mind to mind, got carried away in Indian wars up to Canada where some stayed with their captors-blah blah blah. [/quote]
Hey! So did mine! One of them got a Captain's commission from Ben Franklin to hold down some little fort. It was gruesome clean-up duty the day their village was attacked while all the men were out working in the fields.