Why do we have affirmitive action for able bodied minorities.Are they saying they are mental cripples?

When a quarter of a million Indians come to the Unifed States as computer programmers, they are hired because they can do a highly skilled job and the mere fact that they are the darkest skinned people on earth does not hold them back. When half a million poles come to the UK to do everything from menial jobs earning a pittance to work as Dentists and Doctors. Then its not about your skin colour its about your desire to get of your ahole and pay your way in society, the disabled are being denied resources in society because the race lobby is so parasitic and using this as an excuse. All this legislation should be ripped up as its racist against the average working person who pays their taxes. It shows that western society has no backbone and society should tell people who claim special privilges because of their race to get of their lazy ahole and find work and if not cut all welfare to them.

Asked By: skoblar s - 12/14/2006
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No it's not about skin color, but part of it is how others perceive skin color. You obviously know your way around they net so I'm sure you have witnessed how racist people can be toward certain groups. AA is just trying to counter that. Most AA systems allow for situations where two people (with the exact same... More
Answered By: Josey W - 12/14/2006
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Well said.
Answered By: me - 12/14/2006
Affirmative Action or Positive Discrimination is just the socialist version of racism.
Answered By: Draper T - 12/14/2006
If some country kidnapped a bunch of white people and made them work in the fields for free for a 100 years their grandkids might need a little assistance too. That is why there is AA. Also; your not going to believe this, some people use black people as a reason for their own personal failures. It makes some people... More
Answered By: covert_freedom - 12/14/2006
AA in its intended form was a good idea, but what it has become, it needs to go down the crapper.
Answered By: matmid2001 - 12/14/2006
well said... More
Answered By: sincere12_25 - 12/15/2006
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