Originally Posted by BigRedChief
Since when did you have to be constitutional lawyer to have an opinion? Just because you have or not read a legal brief is not the reason you are allowed to have an opinion.
I don't have to read legal briefs to know that discrimination against citizens, separating out a group of fellow citizens for discrimination is wrong.
I like Scalia's question today, "when did it become unconstitutional?"
IMHO, Just like not allowing women to vote, discrimination against blacks, slavery, 3/5ths of a person............ it should have been unconstitutional on day one of the republic.
So, you oppose any kind of affirmative action that gives preferential treatment to a minority.