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If Obama is reelected should the US end affirmative action & racial preferences?

The US election day is 3 months a way. It's a toss up now as to who will win the presidental election. But if Obama wins reelection and the US has a 2 term black president what justifications would there be for race based affirmative action? Also it's widely known that the White population is a decreasing majority and will actually start to decress in size in the coming decades. Why should the US government continue to give preferential treatment to every non-White group in job hiring, government contracts, college scholarships?

Asked By: James - 8/4/2012
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It's high time for whites to stop asking what jewish liberals want them to do in order to destroy us... More
Answered By: Ranskaa - 8/4/2012
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"If" has nothing to do with it. AA is unconstitutional and should be ended for that reason. Period.
Answered By: Mark - 8/4/2012
 
Why wait? They have outlived their usefulness, just like unions. End them now
Answered By: David - 8/4/2012
 
Yes the post office lowered the civil service test to be a post master just so minorities could pass the the test and be eligible to be a post master!! So the result was we had a lot of underqualified people getting the top jobs at the post office and look at the USPS today!!
Answered By: Old School MC - 8/4/2012
 
We should end AA *before* the election, that way Bongo COULDN'T get re-elected!
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Answered By: Psychobenzaprine - 8/4/2012
 
It should but it won't end. They whine too much for their own interests to be number one regardless of what other race is suffering... More
Answered By: Angela - 8/6/2012
 
If they did, they would not be able to get the low lifes into positions of power. What I mean by low lifes, is those who refuse to work but get outrageous positions in government.
Answered By: M - 8/6/2012
 
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