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Thread: Should Federal Affirmative Action laws remain on the books?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    The stats are what they are and political support for affirmative action is heavy amongst it's primary beneficiaries. Why is it that $#@!es support these policies but get pissy when people call them out on it?
    If you want to know ... ask a $#@!.
    Whenever you think of giving up, just think of all the people who would Love to see you FAIL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    If you want to know ... ask a $#@!.
    Can't I ask a mulatto?
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    ask an oreo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    ask an oreo.
    Eat and Oreo
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    The best qualified person should get the job. I am not just talking about a degree because I have seen some with a four year degree that don't have a clue. Can't do simple math. What happened to good old on the job training? Even some high school teens running a cash-register can't figure out if the price is $8.45 and we give them $10.50 without the register telling them how much change to give back. When I was young we didn't have this problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadmaster View Post
    The best qualified person should get the job. I am not just talking about a degree because I have seen some with a four year degree that don't have a clue. Can't do simple math. What happened to good old on the job training? Even some high school teens running a cash-register can't figure out if the price is $8.45 and we give them $10.50 without the register telling them how much change to give back. When I was young we didn't have this problem.
    We've become increasingly dependent on technology. If I was a math teacher there would be few times I'd allow students to use a calculator, but there's no way to control how they do their homework.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathaariancode View Post
    We've become increasingly dependent on technology. If I was a math teacher there would be few times I'd allow students to use a calculator, but there's no way to control how they do their homework.
    My first calculator ...

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