U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scuzlia: Blacks are too slow in the head for a State university

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    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/justice-scalia-under-fire-comments-about-black-students-n478681
    Justice Antonin Scalia continues to come under fire from civil rights attorneys and black lawmakers for his comments suggesting African American students might fare better in a "slower-track school" rather than more competitive colleges.

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  • KissTheSky

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    Dec 12, 2015 6:01 AM GMT
    Scalia is a national embarrassment who is as racist as he is homophobic. He has said he believes gay people should be treated as criminals.
    This is what happens when you elect Republicans to be president and they appoint moronic bigots to the Supreme Court -- we're stuck with them for the rest of their lives.
  • JackNNJ

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    Dec 12, 2015 2:52 PM GMT
    Scalia neither "suggested" nor "endorsed" this (as Harry Reid asserted).

    Anyone with an actual brain would have recognized this as spurious from the start. The NY Daily News cover story was what sparked the original white Liberal ignorant outrage. (NBC picked it up as sloppy seconds, something at which that outlet has become quite adept.)

    "SUPREME DOPE" by A. Edelman. This was bomb-throwing, which the editors at the NYDN encourage around the newsroom.

    Read the transcript - Scalia was clarifying an argument which was being made. His remarks were taken way out of context, a classic pernicious journalistic practice which many writers, in this case Edelman, regularly botch.

    Whether Scalia believes the proposition is not at issue - he was only pointing to it as an argument that is often made. Frankly, I agree with the argument. Blacks are socially and economically disadvantaged - white Liberals constantly harp about this, so why are they shocked when blacks turn out to be educationally disadvantaged as well?

    For white Liberals to express outrage over this is intellectually dishonest and also blows their entire race narrative to hell.

    Roberts helpfully weighed in by asking if the presence of black students in a physics class confers any benefit to the study of that subject (the answer is obviously "no," another hate fact which drives the Left NUTS).


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    Dec 12, 2015 3:12 PM GMT
    Scalia is known to be against affirmative action, and his paraphrasing of select references was intended to support his position, albeit obliquely. I was disappointed that he did that, but he has the right to engage Supreme Court advocates in intellectual discussions in order to explore the outer limits of their positions.
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 12, 2015 3:18 PM GMT
    I actually think that all of the divisive comments made by high ranking racist white men are just making white men in general into a despised group. Thank god I'm gay so I can say I'm not part of the problem.icon_evil.gif
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    HottJoe saidI actually think that all of the divisive comments made by high ranking racist white men are just making white men in general into a despised group. Thank god I'm gay so I can say I'm not part of the problem.icon_evil.gif


    But you're ARE a white man, Blanche; but ya ARE!

    Thank goodness Scalia IS against affirmative action and all other forms of unfounded, misplaced privilege.
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    Dec 12, 2015 6:07 PM GMT
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    HottJoe saidI actually think that all of the divisive comments made by high ranking racist white men are just making white men in general into a despised group. Thank god I'm gay so I can say I'm not part of the problem.icon_evil.gif


    But you're ARE a white man, Blanche; but ya ARE!

    Thank goodness Scalia IS against affirmative action and all other forms of unfounded, misplaced privilege.

    Then I suppose conventional wisdom would tell me I need to apologize for white supremacist extremism and promise to stop being so white.icon_idea.gif
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    Dec 12, 2015 6:14 PM GMT
    well damn lol
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    DOMINUS saidScalia is known to be against affirmative action, and his paraphrasing of select references was intended to support his position, albeit obliquely. I was disappointed that he did that, but he has the right to engage Supreme Court advocates in intellectual discussions in order to explore the outer limits of their positions.


    Yes. That's my take on it too, his racist version of sexual innuendo lolol.

    Was he in his rights to say what he said, yes.

    Does that mean it isn't telling what he said, no.

    That was typical of his thinking and his behavior, of his abuse of his position, of his activist degradation of such an otherwise grand and honorable institution.

    His line of questioning belongs back in the 18th century along with his diet.
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    Dec 13, 2015 1:22 AM GMT
    HottJoe said
    MGINSD said
    HottJoe saidI actually think that all of the divisive comments made by high ranking racist white men are just making white men in general into a despised group. Thank god I'm gay so I can say I'm not part of the problem.icon_evil.gif


    But you're ARE a white man, Blanche; but ya ARE!

    Thank goodness Scalia IS against affirmative action and all other forms of unfounded, misplaced privilege.

    Then I suppose conventional wisdom would tell me I need to apologize for white supremacist extremism and promise to stop being so white.icon_idea.gif


    True wisdom, conventional or otherwise, doesn't tell anyone to apologize for or promise anything, but leaves those decisions to the mind and conscience of the person involved. As used to be said, "do your own thing!"
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    Dec 13, 2015 1:24 AM GMT
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    DOMINUS saidScalia is known to be against affirmative action, and his paraphrasing of select references was intended to support his position, albeit obliquely. I was disappointed that he did that, but he has the right to engage Supreme Court advocates in intellectual discussions in order to explore the outer limits of their positions.


    Yes. That's my take on it too, his racist version of sexual innuendo lolol.

    Was he in his rights to say what he said, yes.

    Does that mean it isn't telling what he said, no.

    That was typical of his thinking and his behavior, of his abuse of his position, of his activist degradation of such an otherwise grand and honorable institution.

    His line of questioning belongs back in the 18th century along with his diet.


    You wouldn't be able to discern a line of questioning if you were being strangled with it.

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    theantijock said
    DOMINUS saidScalia is known to be against affirmative action, and his paraphrasing of select references was intended to support his position, albeit obliquely. I was disappointed that he did that, but he has the right to engage Supreme Court advocates in intellectual discussions in order to explore the outer limits of their positions.


    Yes. That's my take on it too, his racist version of sexual innuendo lolol.

    Was he in his rights to say what he said, yes.

    Does that mean it isn't telling what he said, no.

    That was typical of his thinking and his behavior, of his abuse of his position, of his activist degradation of such an otherwise grand and honorable institution.

    His line of questioning belongs back in the 18th century along with his diet.


    You wouldn't be able to discern a line of questioning if you were being strangled with it.

    BUZZ! BUZZ! SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL!


    Nobody needs to hear your bathroom noises, pool turd.
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    Dec 13, 2015 9:17 PM GMT
    Shame on him.
  • atednet

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    Dec 13, 2015 9:19 PM GMT
    Whomever started this meme has no knowledge of the argument before the Supreme Court that the justice was referring to. Quit acting like queer sheeple.
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    Dec 13, 2015 9:25 PM GMT
    atednet saidWhomever started this meme has no knowledge of the argument before the Supreme Court that the justice was referring to. Quit acting like queer sheeple.


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