12 June, 2009

Low SAT Score? It’s Whitey’s Fault

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, egalitarianism, equality, Socrates, Supreme Court at 2:36 am | Permanent Link

If you’re a “product of affirmative action,” doesn’t that mean, by default, that you’re not tops in your field and therefore not qualified to be on the U.S. Supreme Court? Given the importance of that court, why would anyone consider a “product of affirmative action” for it?

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  7. 8 Responses to “Low SAT Score? It’s Whitey’s Fault”

    1. Ein Says:

      “Given the importance of that court, why would anyone consider a “product of affirmative action” for it?”

      Well, I can see that a president who is himself a product of affirmative action would consider it. Why not? What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

    2. Susan Says:

      lol Principal and Assistant Principal in Atlanta elementary school are found to have changed test scores on math tests in order to make schools eligible for federal funding. If they hadn’t changed grades, the schools would not have been eligible.

      I googled and tried to find a website with pics of the two above who have admitted to cheating and have been fired, but the local news media is not showing pics yet. But…….I just KNOW they are niggers. The schools are in the city of Atlanta and Dekalb County–two heavily nigger infested areas and this, let’s face it, just REEKS of niggerish behavior.

      link: http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/shared-gen/ap/National/US_Test_Scores_Cheating.html?cxnlid=inform_artr

      If the above link isn’t right, I’ll try to come right back on and get it right.

    3. Susan Says:

      Link works fine for me. Ain’t diversity grand??? Heh heh. Living in Atlanta, one gets to experience first hand the richness of “diversity”.

    4. Susan Says:

      Actually, before anyone screams that I should move out of Atlanta, let me state that I don’t live in the city of Atlanta, I live in the metro area of Atlanta. Thank goodness, I live at least 35-40 miles north of the city of Atlanta. But, these days, it isn’t far enough away for me. I think Wyoming or Montana would be, though.

    5. Parsifal Says:

      The part of the Constitution that states treaties are the law of the land is just one example of how terribly written the Constitution is. But could you really expect otherwise from the millionaire lawyers who wrote it? Lawyers couldn’t communicate properly or coherently if their worthless lives depended on it.

      Anyway, it sounds as if Sotomayor, in spite of everything else she stands for, would have more sense dealing with that issue than that creepy old queer Souter would. He’s also the P.O.S. who ruled against the homeowners in New London CT who wanted to stop their modestly valued properties from being seized to make way for luxury condos and a high-end office park.

    6. Cowboy Zeke Says:

      I had high 1400 SATs and had always tested at the 90th-98th percentile, but had bad grades due to being demotivated by the boring nature of schooling (was using computers at age 7, programming at age 10). Due to that I was relegated to low quality schools choices. I wonder where I would have been today if I had the same options as these pieces of humanoid debris. This world is so screwed up and only total uncompromising white control of it will ever fix it.

    7. Ein Says:

      I believe Banjo Billy, Curt, and Tom were all doing the same.
      Awsome! Amazing the talent we attract here!

    8. smitty Says:

      Cultural Bias = Genetically Inferior