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"I don't want a piece of you... I want the whole thing!" -- Bob Barker
It's not actually an "argument" that can be addressed. If I assert, for example, that Scott Walker's AG is an incompetent hack hired to take orders from the Koch brothers, how can you disprove that?
But let's say that she was admitted under an AA program. They existed and blacks were admitted under them. Lots of rich white boys got into Harvard based on rich daddies. So preferences of all kinds happen in admissions to elite schools. But that's actually just a small part of what you've claimed. You claimed that her entire career spanning "40 years" is nothing but a series of AA promotions in spite of her incompetence or lesser competence, and there is simply zero basis for that kind of conclusion.
And throughout the entire thread, you're making up a bunch of competency tests, making her jump through them, concluding she failed, then asserting that's proof her "only" qualification over an entire 40 year career is she's black and a woman. You don't do that to ANY white male appointed to any job, especially a highly political job like AG.
Just say you don't like her or her politics, same as you don't like Obama and his politics. All the rest is juvenile hackery. And you know better.
The short answer is obviously the position is inherently political and the POTUS believes that Holder then Lynch were the best picks for that position based on a number of different practical, operational and, yes, political goals, and that both would do an outstanding job. There really cannot be any other reason. You just cannot accept that a black person can earn any job based on the merits. That's your problem, not mine or Lynch's or the Presidents.
Goodness, it's like you're shocked that in this world and especially in the political arena, who you are and who you know matters. You're not an idiot so this comes as no surprise to you. You just object when a white boy doesn't get the job based on his connections.