Skip to comments.Jindal: DOJ 'More Interested In Skin Color' Than Education
Posted on 01/08/2014 6:31:04 AM PST by Biggirl
In November, the Obama Justice Department dropped a lawsuit aimed at stopping a school voucher program in Louisiana. The Louisiana Scholarship Program is intended to give students in failing public schools a chance to attend better schools, including private ones. Justice tried to block the program on the basis that it may have violated a 1975 federal desegregation order. The case began to heat up when Republican governor Bobby Jindal, joined by some parents of students (chiefly minorities) who had benefited from the voucher program, began a defense in the courts. Justice then filed a motion contesting the parents' standing in the case.
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Justice? That was then. We’re in the new age of skin color trumps everything.
Best or worst part is the DOJ is incapable of understanding that by reducing everything to race they are in fact the racists.
For now that is. The midterms are coming and 2016 is coming.
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It is all about control. I was a student at EBR Parish schools where I was bussed miles and hours away from my neighborhood school. The judge in charge of the thing got to approve the routes, busses, school lunch menus, etc. Of course he never ruled that the district bussing could end, even after it became a urban sprawl causing disaster. He was drunk on power.
The kids are obviously pawns...
If they don't have standing, then who the heck does?
We should have picked our own cotton.
So what else is new. The Left has been dismantling our education system via race baiting since the 70’s. We can clearly see the “progress” now. They undid the family via sex baiting and their progress is clear there as well.
Let’s take a second look at Jindal as a viable prez candidate for 2016.
Let the elocution lessons begin!
It’s all in the melanometrics. Some folks is mo’ equal than others..
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