Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Department of Justice - #3782 - Holder's Revenge - American Thinker

Reverse discrimination against whites has just begun, according to Attorney General Eric Holder. Now, the exploitation of Trayvon Martin's death has thrown the cycle of racial resentment and favoritism into overdrive. There has been much poisonous rhetoric following Trayvon Martin's death, and more is sure to come. It is hard to imagine that any other current topic could result in racial madness exceeding that tragedy. Nonetheless, an exceptionally ominous and instructive remark was recently made by Attorney General Eric Holder -- a remark more outlandish than any heard so far in our national conversation about Martin. Attorney General Holder recently addressed the question of affirmative action, and for how long it would be required. He answered, stunningly, that reverse discrimination has only just begun: "Affirmative action has been an issue since segregation practices," Holder said. "The question is not when does it end, but when does it begin[.] ... When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?"  Read more......  Steve Peters Commentary: At the AFP "Hands Off my Health Care" rally in DC last month, I noted the following words carved above the pillars adorning the Supreme Court Building, "EQUAL JUSTICE FOR ALL." I look to that day when our government will live up to the carving by not designating and favoring one group of citizens over another, but guarantees equal protection for all. Preferences for some citizens results in injustice for others which will ultimately result in the collapse of our representative republic if it is allowed to continue. If our Constitution is in fact color blind as symbolized by Lady Justice's blindfold, under what legal or moral authority does Eric Holder remove her blindfold to dispense his biased brand of social justice indicated in the referenced article? Those groups yelling for him to provide "social justice" to some because of past behavior of others, do not actually want justice, but preferential treatment with no limits, at the expense of their fellow citizens.

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