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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by TextDriversKill View Post
    Bush was.
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    Obama...
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    ...and ben carson have already admitted they got it.
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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by TextDriversKill View Post
    Bush was. The press attacked him for being a poor student who got into yale thru "rich boy" affirmative action. Conservatives thus have a right to accuse lynch of getting black AA. Obama and ben carson have already admitted they got it.
    Alright, let's assume Ben Carson is a beneficiary of affirmative action. So what? If he was, it's because otherwise an obviously brilliant medical mind, of the 1 in 10,000 or 1 in 100,000 type, couldn't have gotten a fair chance at a career in medicine? Your problem with that is what exactly? Obama may have gotten INTO Harvard Law through affirmative action, but he graduated Magna Cum Laude, editor of Law Review. He accomplished on his own merits more than the VAST majority of his white boy classmates - 'magna' is top 10% of that year's graduates. So why is the route into school relevant?

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by TextDriversKill View Post
    Liberal racism on display once again. White men should not even be considered for AG. It always has to go to a black and his or her qualifications cannot be challenged.
    And by always has to go to a black, you mean "twice in the history of the country" and by 'white men should not be considered' you mean except for every single U.S. Attorney General from 1794 until 1993, 79 of the 83 to date.

    Brilliant observations you're making today.

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by TextDriversKill View Post
    We don't know her grades. As with obozo, the press won't investigate lynch.
    Turtledude made a claim that she couldn't have gotten in to her school without being black. I'm asking for evidence of this claim. If he doesn't have any, that's fine, everyone can call him out for the lying partisan that he is.

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

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    Turtledude made a claim that she couldn't have gotten in to her school without being black. I'm asking for evidence of this claim. If he doesn't have any, that's fine, everyone can call him out for the lying partisan that he is.
    Shouldn't we call out BO, for saying that this confirmation ENSURES all will be treated equally under the law?

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Shouldn't we call out BO, for saying that this confirmation ENSURES all will be treated equally under the law?
    What do you think he's implying by saying that?

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    What do you think he's implying by saying that?
    Do you think by giving any such confirmation.....that such an action can possibly lead to ensuring all get treated equally? The question isn't about implying.

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Do you think by giving any such confirmation.....that such an action can possibly lead to ensuring all get treated equally? The question isn't about implying.
    It sounds like he's saying that by allowing her to be confirmed we are ensuring that nominee's are being treated equally in that they aren't held off forever like what has been done to Loretta Lynch. Do you think by saying "all" he is referring to everyone in the entire country? I'm not sure what part you are having the problem with.

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Shouldn't we call out BO, for saying that this confirmation ENSURES all will be treated equally under the law?
    I think this is the quote:

    "Today, the Senate finally confirmed Loretta Lynch to be America’s next Attorney General – and America will be better off for it," President Barack Obama said in a statement. "Loretta's confirmation ensures that we are better positioned to keep our communities safe, keep our nation secure, and ensure that every American experiences justice under the law."
    First of all, he didn't actually say what you paraphrased him as saying. He said the country is better positioned to do some things. And it's standard fare for this kind of event. Do you expect him to say that his newest appointment positions the country WORSE for keeping communities safe, equal justice, etc.?

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    Re: Senate confirms lynch as attorney general. 10 "republicans" vote for her

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    It sounds like he's saying that by allowing her to be confirmed we are ensuring that nominee's are being treated equally in that they aren't held off forever like what has been done to Loretta Lynch. Do you think by saying "all" he is referring to everyone in the entire country? I'm not sure what part you are having the problem with.
    Sounds like? What part about the word ensures confuses you?

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