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Michele Obama's New Rap Video?

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Observations from the video.

2 White kids being encouraged to go to College by a black guy.

Michele is pictured on money

Michele south side of Chicago with a picture of her in her graduation cap. Just like all the photos of the black kids killed by cops.

Picture of her when O won the presidency with Michele wearing her Black Widow dress.

Michele on a poster like the old Uncle Sam wants you posters.

Obelisk Washington Monument in the background.

Better make room....We are coming?

 

 

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Going to college is really helpful in pursuing your career as a stand-up comedian and landing a gig at SNL. Students provide a wealth of material for comedy!

In a twist of irony......

Pharoah became an internet phenomenon when his impersonation of Barack Obama became widely seen on YouTube. In early 2010, Pharoah appeared in a series of segments that aired on 106 & Park in promotion for the 2010 BET Awards, where his character had to deliver an important package for television personalities Rocsi and Terrence J.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_Pharoah

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33 minutes ago, CGK said:

Observations from the video.

2 White kids being encouraged to go to College by a black guy.

Michele is pictured on money

Michele south side of Chicago with a picture of her in her graduation cap. Just like all the photos of the black kids killed by cops.

Picture of her when O won the presidency with Michele wearing her Black Widow dress.

Michele on a poster like the old Uncle Sam wants you posters.

Obelisk Washington Monument in the background.

Better make room....We are coming?

 

 

Yeah it was basically reinforcing the same crap message that my generation has been bombarded with! Making it seem that college is the only answer and you can't make it in the world without a degree so you should go into debt and take the same B.S degree in business management and don't worry they'll be plenty of jobs that pay great! I also love how no one is even remotely entertaining the idea that the largest demographic (baby boomers) are getting to retirement and no one is saying "Hey look. Go into a useful trade and get paid to learn and lot of times and do something that those older folks are gonna need " They're gonna need maintenance on their cars and homes and some people might not be able to themselves anymore cause of health issues.

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She put this out as the supreme court is debating on doing away with affirmative action in college admittance.
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During Supreme Court hearing on affirmative action, Justice Scalia claims that 'most black scientists in the U.S.' benefit from not being admitted into top programs 

During oral arguments in a critical case about affirmative action Wednesday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia suggested that "most black scientists in the U.S." benefit from not being admitted into top-tier programs.

"They're being pushed into schools that are too advanced for them," Scalia said of African-American students accepted under affirmative action programs.

"Most of the black scientists in this country do not come from the most advanced schools," Scalia, a noted opponent of affirmative action said, according to reporters present for the case.

Scalia added that many such African-American scientists actually benefitted from a "slower track."

"It does not benefit African-Americans" who don't succeed academically in schools that accepted them under affirmative action policies, he reportedly said.
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"What unique perspective does a minority student bring to a physics class?" Chief Justice John Roberts asked at one point, challenging a part of Texas' argument that says their program is needed to increase diversity at the classroom level.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/supreme-court-hears-texas-affirmative-action-challenge-article-1.2460038

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The case in front of the Supreme Court, Fisher v. University of Texas-Austin, was brought by a white Texas woman who is challenging the use of race in college admissions. It is the second time in three years that the High Court has heard her case.

Abigail Fisher, the woman bringing the case, has been out of college since 2012, but the justices' renewed interest in her case is a sign that the court's conservative majority is poised to cut back, or even end, affirmative action in higher education.

A failed program based on assumptions of equality. Forget about race and rely solely on aptitude. Besides, if you are perpetually pregnant and can't figure out what causes it, then you'll probably fail at science.

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17 minutes ago, Challenger said:

They want equal results, not equal opportunity.

Yes, they want everyone equally in debt and uneducated.

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2 minutes ago, YourMom2 said:

The case in front of the Supreme Court, Fisher v. University of Texas-Austin, was brought by a white Texas woman who is challenging the use of race in college admissions. It is the second time in three years that the High Court has heard her case.

Abigail Fisher, the woman bringing the case, has been out of college since 2012, but the justices' renewed interest in her case is a sign that the court's conservative majority is poised to cut back, or even end, affirmative action in higher education.

A failed program based on assumptions of equality. Forget about race and rely solely on aptitude. Besides, if you are perpetually pregnant and can't figure out what causes it, then you'll probably fail at science.

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