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Saturday, June 14, 2008


Posted by MAXIMUS

Barack Hussein Obama's meteoric rise to the Democratic nomination for President of the United States is proof that our similarities are stronger than our differences. Finally, that question is resolved. The American people should be congratulated for finally achieveing "liberty and justice for all."

With that said, I have two questions for you answer...and I welcome your comments. With leadership comes the responsibility to right a matter who was wronged.

1.) Does Obama's candidacy for President of the United States represent the end of Afirmative Action--where preferential consideration for employment and college admission is granted when color is the only criteria applied? WHY OR WHY NOT?

2.) Is Obama's candidacy proof positive that the Federal Voting Rights Act should be repealed? WHY OR WHY NOT? Remember that during the Democratic nomination for President, Barrack Hussein Obama won several states under the authority of this Act to include Virginia and North Carolina. This is the federal law where we subject states have to get approval from the federal Justice Dept. for such mundane things as to move a voting location.

Link here to read a story about this issue in today's Wall Street Journal:

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