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mattloc
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Alabama
Member since Sep 2012
3462 posts

Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
If we really do live in a multi-diverse cultural society where every culture is now respected, various applicants for a job, no matter what their cultures may be, should be selected for their experience, work ethic, values, skills, and perseverance alone. Is it really fair that someone applying for a job or who has more experience and skills than other applicants should be rejected right away simply because they are not of a particular ethic background.

Is it fair to deny someone an educational opportunity, even though they have more meritorious credintials, because of the color of their skin

Martin Luther King, Jr. said to judge a person based on their merits, not on their skin color. Those affected by Affirmative Action have been denied an opportunity for quality educations, jobs and a better life. The US Government should right this injustice with cash payments.




Parmen
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New York City
Member since Apr 2016
9971 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
Asian Americans would get a lot of reparations from being victims of affirmative action. It would bankrupt the country.


Codythetiger
LSU Fan
Arkansas
Member since Nov 2006
21081 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
I'm unwilling to work

Pay me


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Crimson Wraith
USA Fan
Member since Jan 2014
11184 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
Reverse discrimination reparations. Where do I sign up?


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Indefatigable
Member since Jan 2019
619 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
No. Reparations are retarded in any context.

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SlapahoeTribe
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re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
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No. Reparations are retarded in any context.


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Lsujacket66
Member since Dec 2010
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re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
My dad didn’t get a job at Exxon back in the day specifically because the guy said he needed to hire a black woman. It didn’t matter that he got a 95% on the test and she failed. It ended up being a good thing, but affirmative action is bullshite


Nado Jenkins83
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re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
No.


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Brazos
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Member since Oct 2013
14688 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
All Affirmative Action does is give a green light to racism.


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papasmurf1269
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Hells Pass
Member since Apr 2005
18146 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
Find me one actual person that was a slave and I would agree to giving him or her reparations


OnTheGeaux
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remote corner of nowhere
Member since Oct 2009
2024 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
If you have debt, you're a slave.


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Vestigial Morgan
Member since Apr 2016
583 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
Was told by my first college of choice...." sorry we do not have space for you, we only have space for minorities" i can use a check


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GeorgePaton
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God's country
Member since May 2017
2202 posts

re: Should this Country pay reparations to those unfairly impacted by Affirmative Action?
No!


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