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Is Equal Protection Unconstitutional?

Posted on | July 1, 2011 | 2 Comments

by Smitty (via Drudge)

Among the greater Progressive farces is the notion that raaaaacism is acceptable when carried out by the goverment.

A federal appeals court has struck down Michigan’s ban on the consideration of race and gender when enrolling students at public colleges and universities.

In a 2-1 decision Friday, the court said Michigan’s Proposal 2 is unconstitutional because it burdens minorities. It was approved by voters in 2006.

So, it’s a two-fer: the federal appeals court both upholds raaaaacism, and denies self-government to residents of Michigan. Brilliant!
 Is it time to develop some legal theory that says the Equal Protection clause means what a reasonable person may think: Affirmative Action is a pile of hooey?
Betcha a slurpee that the two empathy-mongers worried about the burden to minorites were Democrat appointees.

The people mostly threatened by meritocracy are:

  • The raaaaace baiters
  • Beaurocrats whose livelihood is spent doling out the patronage.
  • Scumbag politicians elected by patronage networks.

Haven’t the citizens of Michigan been sufficiently wrecked by Progressivism? The UAW? The abject idiocy of this kind of legal drivel?

One hopes that this policy of failure can continue to fail upward until the SCOTUS crushes it like the cockroach that it is.

And now, some beauty sleep.


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