Marquette, MI – April 23, 2014 – The Supremes Sing Out For State Rights
The Supreme Court ruled that a 2006 Michigan Law prohibiting racial preferences is constitutional. The court made no claim as to whether Affirmative Action is a good or bad thing… it stimply ruled that the State of Michigan DOES have the right to create the law it created. Voters passed the law in a referendum after a white student was passed over for acceptance into a state-funded university because she did NOT receive extra points for being a member of a minority group.
Protesters who don’t like the change hold signs saying “end discrimination” while promoting affirmative action which discriminates against people becuase of the color of their skin… or the lack of color in their skin. Removing race, sex & ethnicity from the decision-making process seems closer to the Dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. than the arguments of those affirmative actioneers who want “those other people” discriminated against. See More at the WFXD daily Blog
Dan Adamini – In the Right Mind