Recent laws vastly increase racial / gender quotas and preferences

September 16, 2010 06:27

Racial and gender preferences are now required for financial institutions, investment banking firms, mortgage banking firms, asset management firms, brokers, dealers, financial services entities, underwriters, accountants, investment consultants and providers of legal services, the Treasury, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the 12 Federal Reserve regional banks, the Board of Governors of the Fed, the National Credit Union Administration, the Comptroller of the Currency, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, all government contractors.

By Kevin Mooney – The Daily Caller


‘Team Obama is advancing race conscious policies on the sly.’

‘Federal agents would be responsible for ensuring that an appropriate mix of women and minorities were operating not only in government but also within the workforces of contractors and subcontractors.’

‘Additionally, racial preferences have been incorporated into the health care bill in a section beginning on page 879 that Arizona Civil Rights Initiative (ACRI) blogger Allan Favish has analyzed and exposed.’

‘“In awarding grants or contracts under this section, the Secretary shall give preference to entities that have a demonstrated record of the following: . . . Training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds.”’

‘ “Once you have the ability to pick racial winners and losers, this means you can give out jobs and contracts on the basis of race. This in turn increases the power of government bureaucrats.’

‘“When the government decides that discrimination is going to be a large part of what it does that is immoral and dangerous to the founding principles of our nation,” he said. “It is offensive to the principles included in the Declaration of Independence.’


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