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

Seawolf Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 7:36 AM
Welfare is extortion and has been since it's inception.That WE the majority who have to pay these bills stand for it is despicible. That our elected representatives go along with and promote it is inexcusable....a hand up early on was one thing, making a living off of someone else hard work for going on 5 generations now and STILL extorting more because they got one of their own in the WH is disgusting. Poverty is and has been a business for decades, it's past time to end welfare it is breaking our backs and these people are getting way too heavy.
wsimpson Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 9:51 AM
Seawolf, what's even worse is, WE the majority are now in the minority. How long can we continue to support these leaches? Not long, I fear. You'd better be preparing for the worst, hard times are coming.
anonymous Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 8:27 AM
All the while, they try to make us feel bad for the dienfranchised poor balck kids who can't catch a break. Au Contraire, it seems the more systems/programs, etc. in place for them, the worse things become. Now we are supposed to NOT suspend unruly kids, because they're black. Like that is really going to make them behave better in school. The vast majority of violent crimes/murders occur in the black neighborhoods. It's not the white people who are going into their area and killing them, they do it to each other and then blame whitey for keeping them down. RIDICULOUS is what it is....

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...