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Obama, Race and Affirmative Action: Why the Second Term Will Be Worse (Part I)

Ann Anon Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 1:51 PM
I think this article is self evident and exactly what the public wanted. This country is run by majority opinion. My opinion has become the minority and I am so glad to be out of the biz world and coasting on my assets so to speak. I despair for the grandchildren but then remind myself that the majority will need someone who has an education and an ability to apply themself to the task at hand in order to run any endeavor. That will be the grandchildren. And I hope they refuse to perform for less than a gargantuan salary from the new order. There is still a lot to be said for a united family, an appreciation for education and the ability to lead.

The accelerated transformation of the American economy and polity into a mandatory racially-based spoils system was a defining trait of President Barack Obama’s first term in office. Though perhaps understated, it is set to become an even more defining trait of his second.

Obama, by various accounts, wants to be more aggressive about suing banks, employers, schools and other institutions whose practices, however unintentionally, adversely affect “disadvantaged” (read: nonwhite) populations. This is the doctrine of “disparate impact.” Attorney General Eric Holder already has used it to extract hundreds of millions of dollars in coerced settlements from Wells Fargo and other...