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From: Robert DeWitt
Received: Aug. 16
This letter is written in response to the article “Studies how to make Columbus more inclusive,” dated
Aug. 13, 2013.
I was amazed that there have been only two surveys conducted by a conglomerate of people and officials of the city of Columbus. However, these surveys were never publicly announced to the voter base before being conducted.
The surveyors conducted these surveys using only 1,400 individual responses. Rhetorically speaking, were the responders even based in Bartholomew County? Or were they primarily based in the greater Bloomington and/or other liberal areas?
Additionally, these outdated surveys were conducted a number of years ago, back in 2004 and 2011, leading to the conclusion that there was a substantial degree of work yet to do.
Are the individuals conducting the surveys truly offering legal parity, or are they possibly operating in a covert manner to promote personal agendas, or to enact procedures or laws that will force the majority of the voters to pay the price of a destroyed moral fabric?
Some of the entities promoting this agenda are:
The purpose for the surveys is revealed in a quote by a Cummins spokesperson that states, “employees who are using their analytical skills to identify the scope of the problem and to generate an effective strategy to make the community more welcoming for all.”
At best, it appears that the agenda is hidden, only including a small sample of the voter and population base. By only considering a small survey base, possible decisions will be made that affect an overall population of upwards 40,000 people.
Even more disturbing, from the article’s information, the “final survey” will be finished by the end of 2013.
In a question posed to you now, will you publicly announce and invite the entire voter base of Columbus, as well as Bartholomew County, into your next survey?
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