Well there we are.....RACISM DOES NOT EXIST IN THE US....BECAUSE A BLACK MAN IS POTUS!Blacks are no longer repressed. This isn't 1956. A black man is the most powerful man in the world, and it took a lot of white votes to get him there, didn't it?
How can I deny it, but that is not some kind of proof that racism/repression does not still exist in the US.Blacks are in the upper echelon of every business sector in this country. They are on the SCOTUS, in the government, in academia. They can buy homes, they can move where they choose, they can compete as athletes, they can do everything. That is a fact you can't deny.
LOL...to them? They will show themselves.My argument isn't stupid. My argument is spot on. What are you looking for anyway? Do you want any man or woman in this country who doesn't like blacks to be shot? Deported? Tell me specifically what you expect to happen to them?
The topic is AA.....which I am in favor of.
You want to change the topic to the persecution of racists.
So I ask my liberal, pro-affirmative action friends. What is more productive, more compassionate, less racist?
A. To treat a large group of Americans as inferior citizens who are just not capable of making it without government mandates and assistance, i.e. AA?
B. To consign intelligent, capable people to inferior status in their colleagues eyes because those colleagues believe they got their position not because of merit, but because of AA?
C. Or let people sink and swim on their own initiative, competence, credentials, and merit so that they finally, at last, are considered equals with their white peers?
"I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it." --Benjamin Franklin 1776