Feb

21

Supreme Court Could Be Bad News for ‘Bo

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The Supreme Court has agreed to hear Fisher v. Texas, a case which, if ruled in favor of Fisher, would effectively undo PrezBo’s landmark 2003 affirmative action win. PrezBo scored that victory, Grutter v. Bollinger, coming east from UMich, where he was a big affirmative action supporter. The conclusion of the case affirmed public universities’ right to consider race as a factor in admissions.

Arguments won’t start until this October, so PrezBo’s trophy will hold its sheen for at least a few months longer. And when they do, the judicial leaning of the Court is such that affirmative action policy will likely remain intact. If, however, Fisher ends up taking a feather out of PrezBo’s cap, at least ‘Bo can still find solace in his hair and mansion and stuff.

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8 Comments

  1. SANTORUM 2012

    HELLO. ARE LOWER INCOME STUDENTS MINORITES WITH GOVERNMENT AID. YES. WHY DOES CNN PANDER TO LIBERAL ELITES LIKE COLUMBIA IVY LEAGUE INSTITUTION. CLEAR ANTI GUN AGENDA AND PRO ABORTION PRESIDENT BOLLINGER ANTI RELIGION. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS OBVIOUS RADICAL SAUL ALINSKI. THANK YOU. SANTORUM 2012 TOGETHER WE CAN BE AMERICA SAILING THROUGH TIME.

  2. PrezBo

    Fuck this. I'm retreating to my new Global Center in the Cayman Islands.

  3. i hope these people know  

    getting ride of affirmative action will only lead to an asian overrepresentation. example: look at UC Berkeley. look at the numbers: (http://opa.berkeley.edu/statistics/enrollmentData.html)

    affirmative action helps diversity, and if a few people think it hurts their chances of getting into college, they should think again.

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