A Victory for the Civil Rights Movement

Today the Supreme Court overruled Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Barack Obama’s appointment to the Supreme Court, in Ricci v. DeStefano, where “white and Hispanic New Haven firefighters sued when their test scores for promotion were discarded when the city decided that not enough black test-takers received high scores. The Court held that it violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act for a city to throw out test scores for promotions simply because of the racial makeup of the results.” This is a great victory for the civil rights movement, for the high court has ruled that men must be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.

This is a sad day for Barack Obama. His appointee apparently has “a victimhood mindset that minorities can’t get ahead in life unless government tilts the scales in their favor.” Unfortunately for Obama, Sotomayor’s prior rulings reveal who she — and ultimately he — really is. I’ll let you connect the dots for yourself.

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