The View From 1776

Judge Sotomayor’s Indefensible Decision

In addition to the fact that the original decision in the New Haven firefighters’ case was not in compliance with Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the City of New Haven, Connecticut, is guilty of blatant perjury.  White firefighters were denied their clear rights to promotion in response to local political extortion.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 06/29 at 11:10 PM
  1. We now know that the high court found in favor of the New Haven firefighters. In doing so, the court has "legislated from the bench," saying that Title VII is no longer valid.

    While four justices of the Supreme Court agreed with Sotomayor, five did not, almost a 50/50 split.
    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  06/30  at  09:59 AM
  2. On the face of it, it is racial bias. Such ruling criteria is unConstitutional for a Nation founded on Individual Value and Equality. 1 = 1, et al.

    In the name of virtue, such action merely perpetuates classifications by race collectivism and its consequences.

    Another failed I.Q.Test.

    "No one is smarter than their criteria" and its foretelling consequences...or its lack.
    Posted by Jim Baxter  on  07/04  at  12:10 PM
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