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Monday, June 23, 2003



 
I don't really understand today's SCt affirmative action rulings. If anything, I think that the law school should have less leeway in promoting diversity than the undergraduate school.

This line from Thomas' law school dissent shows how constitutional law has little to do with the constitution:
...the Constitution means the same thing today as it will in 300 months.


I think it's funny that Sharption inadvertently showed the true colors (so to speak) of affirmative action:
Al Sharpton said Democrats shouldn't be talking about getting more blacks in high places, but getting the right blacks.

"If we doubt that, just look at (Supreme Court Justice) Clarence Thomas," he said. "Clarence Thomas is my color, but he's not my kind."

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