Well I guess I can admit when someone has gotten me! Way to go Obama you got me! LMAO
This student curriculum crap caught me off guard, I was paying attention to all that nonsense and missed this!
The Civil Rights Department focused on isolated cases of intentional discrimination under the Bush administration. President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, however, plan to revamp the CRD so that it targets policies in housing, hiring and so forth that disadvantage minorities. To boot, division officials are urging federal agencies to aggressively enforce rules that forbid recipients of taxpayer money from policies that have a disparate impact on underrepresented groups, the New York Times reported.
Asked by Anonymous at 2:36 AM on Sep. 8, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
"Overhauling the CRD comes at a high cost. Because the division needs 50 more lawyers to undergo this transition, the Obama administration has requested that an additional $22 million go to the CRD in fiscal year 2010. That’s an 18 percent jump from before."
I think he did a great job distracting us...So what do you think ladies?
Answer by Anonymous at 2:38 AM on Sep. 8, 2009
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Answer by NotPanicking at 8:30 AM on Sep. 8, 2009
I am not a republican and I think what is going on in Washington is a travesty. I watch all the news channels and I have noticed something CNN is always talking about Entertainment news and Child Abductions. Foxs News is always talking politics. MSNBC is a combination of the two but just doesn't grab my attention for some reason. I tend to watch Fox only because they actually seem to have news unlike CNN that is always talking Michael Jacksons Or the Goselins.
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