NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY WE TAKE THE CENSUS

You know it never occurred to me, but now I understand why it is important to complete the census form every ten years or so.

Rep. Hank Johnson-D.From Georgia made it very clear. It seems that over population on one coast or the other could cause us to tip over. Well I gathered as much, since he seem’s  to think that could happen to Guam, should we put a military base there. Seem’s the extra people would be a stress to the Island causing it to tip over and capsize. Hey if it could happen there. Couldn’t it happen here? Another good reason to close the borders.

Seriously folks, take a look at the video below. This is the sort that Washington is made of. We need to rid our government of these mental midget’s. They are trying to pass this off as a joke. Saying he was just joking..Yeah right. This guy is a joke. Let’s make sure he is unemployed this fall. We don’t need America in his hands..God Help Us All…….Just My Opinion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsFsn8ekyhw&feature=player_embedded

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One Response to “NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY WE TAKE THE CENSUS”

  1. So sad that he was elected. just shows you what a college can do to you if you do not resist. Here’s his bona fides:
    Johnson graduated from Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University) in 1976, was a member of Omega Psi Phi Kappa Alpha Alpha Chapter, Decatur, GA, and Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston in 1979; he practiced law in Decatur, Georgia for more than 25 years.

    I hope that the 4th District of Georgia sends him packing.

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