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Thu Jul 11, 2019, 09:19 PM

Not asking the citizenship question on the census will enable us to FIND all the illegals.

Because we get to get a count and location on everyone THEN we cross reference all the federal records like SS #s and birth records.

Anyone that’s left over gets scrutiny.

The census data will be part of the huge federal database

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Reply Not asking the citizenship question on the census will enable us to FIND all the illegals. (Original post)
Let it go Jul 2019 OP
RCW2014 Jul 2019 #1
Let it go Jul 2019 #2
RCW2014 Jul 2019 #3
Let it go Jul 2019 #4
JaimeBondoJr Jul 2019 #5
Ohio Joe Jul 2019 #6

Response to Let it go (Original post)

Thu Jul 11, 2019, 09:27 PM

1. If we had a competent government database + competent personnel to operate such

an op.

How many 10000's of dead social security recipients are receiving $$$ (in the kids/caretakers account) to this very day because of SSA inability to cross reference death certificates with the SSA database.

Nice in theory but you are talking "the government" here...

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #1)

Thu Jul 11, 2019, 09:33 PM

2. Sounds like a good time to get it all together.

Doesn’t it?

All federal departments are now going to send all this info to a central location. What else are they supposed to do with the info? Of course they need to compile it.

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Response to Let it go (Reply #2)

Thu Jul 11, 2019, 09:38 PM

3. Except we are talking gov't here. By the time they could "get it all together"...it would be

obsolete again. $200 million dollars down the toilet. SAD.

Take Michigan for example: Michigan to pull plug on child-welfare computer system after 5 years of problems

Michigan's child-welfare agency will gradually dump a multimillion-dollar computer system that went online just five years ago.

The disclosure was made in federal court Thursday as officials gave an update on how the state is caring for children who are removed from homes because of abuse and neglect.

Also read: Reports on Michigan child welfare 'depressing,' says judge

Also read: Audit blasts Michigan's Child Protective Services for failing kids

The child-welfare system has been under court oversight for more than a decade. While there's been improvement, it's been hard to fully measure performance because the computer system — known as MiSACWIS — has been plagued with problems.

The director of the Department of Health and Human Services says the cost of a new system will be significant. But Robert Gordon didn't disclose a price tag.

It could take five years to fully replace MiSACWIS, which has cost more than $200 million.

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #3)

Thu Jul 11, 2019, 09:51 PM

4. Pascale and Kushner have done this for the campaign.

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Response to Let it go (Original post)

Thu Jul 11, 2019, 10:00 PM

5. Yup.

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Response to Let it go (Original post)

Fri Jul 12, 2019, 07:26 AM

6. No PII from the census can be used or revealed

Sheesh... Learn before you speak.

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