After watching the Obama machine with the blessings of the DNC mafia run right over the Hillary campaign and millions of democratic voters, Americans that believe in the Constitution and the rights it assures have been on high alert when it comes to the 2010, 2012 elections and beyond. As soon as we heard that the Census Bureau was being moved under the West Wing, we all knew that the caucus fraud that occurred during the democratic primaries was being taken to the next level to assure dems retained their seats. They pulled it off the first time, why fix something that is not broken, and will have the full weight of the Executive Branch legitimizing it a second time? Then add in Luis Gutierrez’s immigration amnesty bill and the preparations coming from the White House, and thinking Americans can see the light on the next locomotive about to flatten us.
To assure that those millions of illegals are counted before they are blessed with citizenship (with the wink and a nod persuasion for their votes), the pResident is spending $340 MILLION DOLLARS of our tax money to promote the 2010 Census to everyone including anyone watching the Superbowl pre-game. The rape and pillage of our nation’s treasury and our grandchildrens’ piggybanks continues unabated.
A 46-foot trailer, to be unveiled on NBC‘s Today show, and 12 smaller cargo vans with 14-foot trailers will crisscross more than 150,000 miles nationwide through April to promote the benefits of responding to the 10-question Census.
They will stop at more than 800 events from local parades and festivals such as New Orleans’ Mardi Gras and San Francisco’s Chinese New Year celebration to national sporting events from the Super Bowl and the Daytona 500 to the NCAA Final Four.ADVERTISING: Census promo called ‘blasphemous’
“This thing is all over the place,” says Angelo Falcón, president of the National Institute for Latino Policy and chairman of the Census advisory committee on Hispanics. He jokes that “it might make people sick of the Census.”
This is just the beginning:
• $140 million on TV, radio, print and outdoor advertising, including $2.5 million for two ads in the Feb. 7 Super Bowl pregame show and a 30-second spot directed by Christopher Guest (This is Spinal Tap, Best in Show) and starring Ed Begley Jr.
• Roughly $80 million spent on ads will target racial and ethnic groups and non-English speakers in 28 languages. The bulk of it will pinpoint Hispanics, blacks, Asians and American Indians, but some ads will be in Arabic, Yiddish and other languages.