Why is the Census important? The Washington Times explains:
What is at stake from an accurate census is huge. The allocation of seats in Congress, and ultimately questions of who controls it, depend on an accurate count. Much of the money Congress spends is allocated based on the census. Requiring that the census be non-partisan is the first requirement that must be met.For this reason, questions are also being raised about the person, a Univ. of Michigan sociology professor who advocates "sampling," tapped to run the Census. The White House's attempt to politicize the process will likely face legal challenges on constitutional and other grounds. Allegations also have now surfaced that the New York Times spiked a story about the Obama campaign's direct involvement with ACORN corruption, according to this report on FNC:And while we're on the subject, other than to facilitate vote fraud, what rational reason do Democrats have for fighting tooth and nail in every jurisdiction against the simple requirement to show a photo ID for voting? Here's a companion FNC video on ACORN vote fraud.