The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
I would also support a person that would only work for a black person - a right that is still preserved today. I see no need to make rights based on where you fit on the employment ladder. Perhaps this was something needed before my time (I have my doubts), but it is unnecessary government power today.
It doesn't matter where one is placed on the ladder an executive VP can be denied healthcare insurance based purely on his / her race, sexual orientation, what ever just like a janitor can be denied equal healthcare to his counter parts because of race, sexual orientation, gender, whatever.