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January 21, 2007

Massachusetts Inflating Census Numbers by Counting Illegal Aliens

Here's some surprising news: Massachusetts is actually launching a serious effort to track down illegal aliens. But wait — it's only so they can be used to inflate census figures.

The Bay State's liberal policies have inevitably resulted in excessive taxation and a sluggish economy, chasing people in droves toward more conservative regions. Massachusetts stands to lose a House seat if it can't keep those census numbers up. Money is an issue too. Warns Rep. Edward Markey:

The money to fund many important federal programs is distributed to the states on the basis of population, so everyone in Massachusetts has a major stake in ensuring that we are not shortchanged by failing to get an accurate population count.

By "accurate," Malarkey means "as high as we can get away with" — even if it entails counting people who have no right to be in this country.

Edward Malarkey says "cheese."

On a tip from Wiggins.

Posted by Van Helsing at January 21, 2007 11:23 AM


That's one of the liberal agendas, create an attractive nanny state and sanctuary cities to attract illegals for this purpose. Most of the liberal northeast is stagnant or declining. Boston is losing population, and the entire state of Massachusetts is stagnant and will decline as well. Unfortunately, illegals and relocating northerners are fueling much of the South's growth, which does not bode well for our future. They will bring those same liberal policy ideas to the South, virtually ensuring the same happens to the entire nation.

Posted by: Chris at January 21, 2007 11:44 AM

Isn't "malarkey" slang for "bullshit"?

Posted by: The Panday at January 21, 2007 12:41 PM

Wondered what those mass-holes would resort to
when they ran out of dead people to vote for them.

Good point Panday...btw, "clinton" means "peculiar".
Have a good time with that one.

Posted by: jael at January 21, 2007 12:56 PM

FWIU, the Constitution's census clause is restricted to a consideration of citizens when it comes to apportioning Congress. Massachusetts can give the franchise to house pets (and PETA would probably approve), but seats would still be determined by the numbers of citizens.


Posted by: chsw at January 21, 2007 8:03 PM