Tuesday, November 08, 2005

 

MCRI Takes Another Blow

Today Mike Bouchard came out against the MCRI, calling it flawed. I like the way that different people oppose this thing. Butler was against it because he thinks we live in a racist society anyway and what's a little more racism? DeVos and Bouchard are against it because it will hurt white people just as much as it hurts blacks. Zandstra is for it because he is an ideolouge. Personally, I'm for it and against it. If its passage spurs some sort of push for equality in the education system, the I'm all for it. If it doesn't, then it really is the best we've got. I'll probably wait to decide till nexy year.

Anyway, this brings up a lot of interesting issues. Bouchard coming out against this proposal means that only Zandstra is for it among the statewide republican candidates. This will clearly help Zandstra in the primary amongst the kind of people that vote in republican primaries. If, however, he doesn't win, then there will be no supporters of MCRI amongst the GOP challengers for statewide office. I don't think that it would help out the ticket very much at all. The goopers have to be careful not to alienate their base.

Comments:
There will be a GOP challenger for statwide office who supports the MCRI-- Attorney General Mike Cox announced his support for the MCRI over a year ago.
 
He's not a challenger. (Unless you know something I don't)
 
"Not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character" You hear it a million times every January. I'll say it again, Any special rights or restriction of rights based on skin color is racism. That's this candidate's story and he's stickin' to it.
 
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