Affirmative Action Explained

Posted on February 19, 2013 2:00 pm

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7 Responses to “Affirmative Action Explained”

  1. Jimmy says:

    …historically affirming, once again, that in their view, blacks ARE different from whites.

  2. Larry E says:

    Being a 2nd-class, non-Muslim citizen in some Muslim pesthole of a country, is called “dhimmitude.”

    Being a white guy, meaning a second-class citizen, in affirmative-action U.S.A. I call whimmitude.

  3. Oppo says:

    -character in the Muslim comedy show “South Pak”

  4. Son of Bob says:

    Personally, I love the blacks. Everyone should have one.

  5. CTCompromise says:

    It’s just like all the liberals who still depend on Mommy & Daddy for housing, food, transportation, utilities, and an allowance. Afterall, they didn’t ASK to be brought into this world. How are they ever going to overcome the fact that they were forced out of the womb?

  6. CTCompromise says:

    Explain this: Less than 75 years ago, America forced American citizens with Japanese ancestry into interment camps. Their property was often taken away along with their liberty. Their businesses were shut down. Their jobs were lost. America then “Nuked” Japan….not once, but twice! And yet, in less than 75 years the Japanese people in both countries have managed to not only recover their place in society, but in so many cases, to excel and become innovators, pioneers and industry leaders. All without a continued dependence on the American government. What made it possible for the Japanese, but still keeps it unattainable for black Americans? It’s not like we “Nuked” Harlem…

  7. Jerome says:

    We don’t have to nuke Harlem, it’s already been destroyed by the democrats running it

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