Skip to comments.POLL: Do you think applying affirmative action to universities' admission policies violates rights?
Posted on 10/10/2012 7:14:04 PM PDT by AZ .44 MAG
Poll asks Today, the Supreme Court is questioning the University of Texas' use of race in college admissions. Do you think applying affirmative action to universities' admission policies violates the rights of white applicants? Yes or No
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One thing that is equal in sadness if being supervised by people who are stupid and far less qualified than you are. But, that’s affirmative action for you. Recruit, hire, and promote inferior people. It somehow justifies something, but I’m still not quite sure what it is.
“One thing that is equal in sadness if being supervised by people who are stupid and far less qualified than you are.”
That does stink, but it often provides a measure of job security; I’ve seen this with women who sleep with the right bosses, and thought they get promotions they don’t have the desire or knowledge to actually do any work. They hide behind the competent/capable people, and basically “play office” on the company’s dime.
Stories like yours are why I could care less about anything else as long as these policies are legal and in place; it is open economic war, with demographic consequences.
In my town the largest families were those of the public employees (cops, teachers, etc.); they had great pay & benefits, and employment-for-life. We recently had a settlement with the NAACP whereby Newark NJ could keep its residency requirement for police jobs, but we had to admit their residents into our police tests; new hires are tokens, and local whites who worked hard to get those jobs are basically shut out (and will be for some time; any departments hiring are expected to first hire the hundreds of urban police that were laid off in the last few years).
It is bizarre to see the apathy of “Anglo-Americans” to the destruction of their way of life; it is rapidly disappearing.
Racial diversity is a classic example of favoring a person because of who he/her daddy is.
YES 93.6% (569 votes)
NO 6.4% (39 votes) 4:26 AM CDT, Oct 11th
631 votes 93.1%
47 votes 6.9%
Yes 640 votes 93.2%
No 47 votes 6.8%
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