And to continue this logic that seems to go way over your head: just because a few radical people make outrageous statements does not mean that those statements are representative of the mainstream. Just as "birthers" do not represent the right, The Nation of Islam is not representative of the left.
I know all that is hard to follow, especially since you are unwilling to see what you choose not to, but it is all true, and accurate.
And there are any number of examples of people on the right making outrageous claims, which using your logic, that the "New Right" supports the idea that those outrageous claims are accurate.There exists transcripts of an assortment of 'black leaders,' which are accessible to anyone with an internet connection, stating a wide assortment of statements that basically summarize "NPS is not suited for this role." Which leads me to believe, surprise, that the New Left supports the idea that the NPS should not conduct the census. Now, if those statements had been retracted, or if another vote had been held in the Democratically controlled Senate or House. I'd say you had a point, however - I'm working off the public record while you are offering nothing but what amounts to your personal opinion. Do you have any polls? Any studies?
I am not even sure what you are trying to claim here.This organization did not magically spring up, Congress did not arbitrarily decide to stop "similar controversies" from happening. They required support from their constituencies. Constituencies which were, decidedly, not rightist. Alas, no it is not for a multitude of reasons.