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How to talk to your progressive relatives at Thanksgiving dinner:  tell them regulators are going to take away their organic kale.


E Hines said...

Might also throw in the racist history and current disparate impact of the minimum wage.

And mention the racism of affirmative action. And how, when affirmative action programs are restricted, minority enrollment goes up. And when affirmative action is eliminated, minority enrollment goes up even more. And graduation rates in the original majors also go up.

Oh, and DoJ's regulation-based suit against Louisiana's voucher program actually was targeted against minorities--because trapping them in failing schools rather than letting them leave was better for the regulations' integration ratios.

Eric Hines

raven said...

I have seen the zero's new Thanksgiving engagement program-
and I am starting to see how brothers could turn against kin, and lifelong friends face each other over sights.

E Hines said...

It's time to extend the conversation, raven.

Having shaped the conversation field over Thanksgiving, we are finally in position to use the Christmas dinner to go over the racism of disparate impact.

And we can close out the evening with a discussion of Obama's attack on families and his pitting of young vs old via his carpet bombing and artillery barrages of presuming to tell us what divisive subjects we should discuss at a family gathering.

I presume you've seen the Obama ad where the parents are, over dinner, having The Talk with son--about getting "covered."

Obama wants to do this. We can give him what he wants.

Eric Hines

Elise said...

Obama wants to do this. We can give him what he wants.

We can but I'd rather not. The people I spend time with over the holidays are people I love and care about. Even if they elect to be unkind, unthinking, and uncharitable, I don't have to be.