How to Answer the Census

Dear Readers,

Since the Founding Fathers envisioned a republic where the people had  representation from their elected servants, there is a legitimate need for a census in order to apportion the number of congressional representatives a given state may send to Washington D.C.

Of course, we all know that in reality, the majority of our  Congress-scum consider themselves the masters and us the slaves.  We have a Constitutional Republic in name only.

Even something as basic as a count of the population has been bastardized into a Stasi information-gathering operation.  The “short-form” of the Census is more than four pages.  The “long-form” is much more.  The questions are ridiculously invasive.

The methodology that the Census uses to intimidate the sheeple into answering their unconstitutional questions is particularly repugnant.  They proclaim on the envelope: YOUR RESPONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW and that is true.  What they *don’t* tell you is that the ONLY response required by law is the number of people that live at the address. That is it!  They have no right to ask anything else.  You are not required to answer anything else!

In order to help some of you fill-out your forms, I thought I would show you the PROPER and LEGAL way to fill-out your 2010 Census form:

Notice where I filled in “02” ?  That is the number of people that live at my address.  Notice how all the other questions are BLANK.  They can go pound-sand.  They do not have the legal right to ask anything else, and I am not going to volunteer any other information.

To make it crystal clear to the folks at the Census Bureau, I included this note:


Article 1, Section 2 of the United States Constitution:

Dear Census Bureau:

For reference, here is Article 1, Section 2 of the United States Constitution which is posted on the Census Bureau’s website here:

Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand, but each State shall have at Least one Representative; and until such enumeration shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled to choose three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations one, Connecticut five, New-York six, New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, North Carolina five, South Carolina five, and Georgia three.

I have fulfilled my duty as a citizen by enumerating the number of persons living at this address.

I am not required to answer any additional questions.


By the way, here is an interesting little video of someone who tried to ask the census some questions.

They declined to answer any questions he asked.

Why should we treat them any differently than the way they treat us?

Start sending the Government a message – we are NOT your slaves.  We are a free people and you will abide by the Constitution and stay within your legally defined roles.  We will not be bullied or intimidated.  We have had enough!

One question that I think the Census should be made to answer – why have they dispatched their minions to go out and get the GPS coordinates of everyone’s front door?

You can read additional info on the GPS program here:

Be smart, be informed, and never give up one bit of your freedom or privacy.  The Government is very effective at doing that without any help from you!

Yours in Freedom,


5 Responses to “How to Answer the Census”

  1. Heartset Punker Says:

    Power of Words
    Res-ident = a thing identified. The bondmen of Christ are not residents; we are transients, visitors, and sojourners with Him. And residence is opposed to …


    The Residence Act of 1790, established the actual location …… “a thing identified.” And, “President” is “P-resident,” meaning “Principal resident. …


    Therefore, a “resident” is “a thing identified. … “Nonresident” means any person whose residence is outside “this state” and who is temporarily sojourning …


    Powerpoint Presentation
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    A thing identified (no longer a man or woman). The shocker comes when we define the word ‘person’ …. which the Monarch has his or, her official residence… …

  2. thebaldwingang Says:

    Got the census form in the mail today. Sent it out, too. Blank. With this nice letter attached.
    123 Street Address
    City, ST 98765

    U.S. Census Bureau
    4600 Silver Hill Road
    Washington, DC 20233

    To whom it may concern:

    The number of people residing in my home is 6.

    This is the only information that I will disclose to the Census Bureau, per Article 1, section 2, Clause 3 of the Constitution. My housing status, telephone number, name, sex, age, date of birth, race, or ethnicity have nothing to do with apportioning direct taxes, or determining the number of representatives in the House of Representatives. The Constitution established a federal government of limited, enumerated powers, and it does not give the Census Bureau the authority to request any additional information beyond what is defined in Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3 of said document. Therefore, I am under no Constitutional obligation to provide such information.

    Attached you will find the unconstitutional form I received in my mailbox.

  3. bloggerben Says:

    Good stuff, I’ll get my letter out tomorrow. I will disclose the number of souls in the dwelling, period.

  4. Guy Dynge Says:

    Number in household five.

  5. Tweak Says:

    I mailed my census form in the first week that I got it with a similar letter as thebaldwingwang’s.

    I answered the first two questions in regard to how many live in the household and if there were any others living there – that was it.

    I received a reminder postcard telling me they haven’t received it. This was around the end of March. On the back of the postcard it stated that all questions have to be answered under penalty of law according to Title 13, U.S. Code.

    Well I have a list of questions that I intend to ask the census taker when and if they catch me at home. If they can’t answer any of them, then they’ll just have to fine me.

    But I read on their website that the total number of times a census worker can personally request information is three. So I guess we just won’t answer the damn door.

    What a joke.

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