Touché, you little viper

John Roberts unfairly tries to force a redistricting lawyer to explain how race-based policies can be implemented without making race the predominant consideration.


Grim said...


Anonymous said...

I lived in Columbia, MD, a planned community that was a magnet for ambitious blacks from the 60s-00s-when Federal government decided to classify every school-age child in the country by race. The schools sent out forms for the parents to identify their children's' race. There was a consensus that, for the Federal government to become race neutral, it should stop paying attention to race. Then the government required the schools to assign a race to each of the children.

I am glad to see one branch that recognizes the problem.