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 6 years ago '05        #181
DaViLLe726 3 heat pts
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 THERETURNOFK2Z said:
I agree with some of your points --> not just for black people but the millions of poor white people, Spanish etc on welfare as well, as there are more of them than black if you care to group everyone as such.


To your point, welfare does need to be a program to propel people out of poverty rather than make them comfortable. However the need for welfare is the symptom of their poverty not the problem.


1. Have you been to these super sh*tty schools in poor neighborhoods? You can apply the sh*t our of your self and you will still graduate at least a year or 2 behind your suburban or private school peers which means you cannot compete in the job market.


2. Black people with the same qualifications are picked less for jobs and make less than their white counter parts..

3. We are disproportionately locked up for weed charges and sh*t for longer terms compared to whites for similar crimes and criminal backround. Meaning more harden criminals coming out of jail violent for non-violent crimes.. father less homes.. less money in the household...

oh.. Requiring the need for things like welfare.
For your second and third points your way the fu*k off base homie.

Point 2 all i have to say is AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.
Point 3 Id love to see some numbers to support your claim because they do not exist.

oh and for point 2 again LOL
 6 years ago '11        #182
Kadillac87 225 heat pts225
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 DaViLLe726 said:
For your second and third points your way the fu*k off base homie.

Point 2 all i have to say is AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.
Point 3 Id love to see some numbers to support your claim because they do not exist.

oh and for point 2 again LOL
Affirmative action is not just for black people

And a lot of employers are not required by law to adhere to affirmative action policies even though some opt in voluntarily.

Studies have proven you are less likely to get your resume read if you have a black sounding name

Just look at the jail population statistics. Most of the population is black even though we only make 12% of the population. There have been judges on records saying they give black people harsher sentences. There have been studies showing how a black person is more likely to get a stiffer punishment for the same crime.

You must be living in an alternate reality because I thought these studies were pretty much common knowledge. All you have to do is do a simple google search.

 6 years ago '05        #183
DaViLLe726 3 heat pts
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 Kadillac87 said:
Affirmative action is not just for black people

And a lot of employers are not required by law to adhere to affirmative action policies even though some opt in voluntarily.

Studies have proven you are less likely to get your resume read if you have a black sounding name

Just look at the jail population statistics. Most of the population is black even though we only make 12% of the population. There have been judges on records saying they give black people harsher sentences. There have been studies showing how a black person is more likely to get a stiffer punishment for the same crime.

You must be living in an alternate reality because I thought these studies were pretty much common knowledge. All you have to do is do a simple google search.

I asked you to post simple statistics and you say "google it"
You lose. Your one of those debaters that just takes bits and pieces of things he hears and throws it out that like its factual.
 6 years ago '11        #184
Kadillac87 225 heat pts225
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Why they got my n*gga Barack looking like Nelson Mandela
 11-08-2012, 06:02 PM         #185
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 Kadillac87 said:
Affirmative action is not just for black people

And a lot of employers are not required by law to adhere to affirmative action policies even though some opt in voluntarily.

Studies have proven you are less likely to get your resume read if you have a black sounding name

Just look at the jail population statistics. Most of the population is black even though we only make 12% of the population. There have been judges on records saying they give black people harsher sentences. There have been studies showing how a black person is more likely to get a stiffer punishment for the same crime.

You must be living in an alternate reality because I thought these studies were pretty much common knowledge. All you have to do is do a simple google search.

you dont need a study to show why someone would hire Jennifer over DaLayshia or James over NayQwuan.

and you act like they arrested 81,000 black people for nothing. come on man wake up.
 6 years ago '11        #186
Kadillac87 225 heat pts225
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 DaViLLe726 said:
I asked you to post simple statistics and you say "google it"
You lose. Your one of those debaters that just takes bits and pieces of things he hears and throws it out that like its factual.
I didnt post statistics because you already said they dont exist. Obviously you have already made up your mind about the matter. Most likely, you're just gonna deny any evidence I post.


Offenders from ethnic minorities are more likely than their white counterparts to be sentenced to prison for certain categories of crimes, according to an analysis of more than one million court records.

The study, carried out by the Guardian, found black offenders were 44% more likely than white offenders to be sentenced to prison for driving offences, 38% more likely to be imprisoned for public disorder or possession of a weapon and 27% more likely for drugs possession.

Asian offenders were 41% more likely to be sent to prison for drugs offences than their white counterparts and 19% more likely to go to jail for shoplifting.

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The current Federal Sentencing Guidelines for cocaine offenses employ a ratio of 100 to 1, meaning it takes 100 times more cocaine to impose the same sentence as an offense involving crack cocaine. For example, a defendant convicted of selling 5 grams of crack cocaine is subject to the same sentence as a defendant convicted of selling 500 grams of cocaine.

A number of citizens believe the disparity to be unfair and racially discriminatory. In 2007, more than 81 percent of criminals convicted for crack offenses were African American, while only 25 percent of criminal convicted for crack cocaine offenses were African American.

The disparity originated in the 1980s during an epidemic of crack cocaine. Lawmakers a.ssumed that violence would be greater among those using crack cocaine and would, therefore, require harsher sentences. U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton admits enacting the disparity was a mistake. a.ssistant Attorney General Larry Breur said that “the best way to deal with violence is to severely punish anyone who commits a violent offense, regardless of the drug involved.” The Justice Department is working on a new set of recommended sentences for cocaine.

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This section synthesizes the findings of recent studies that examine how the defendant’s race interacts with the defendant’s age, gender, and employment status.
Key findings:
• Young black and Latino males tend to be sentenced more severely than comparably situated white males;
• Unemployed black males tend to be sentenced more severely than comparably situated white males.
The findings of relevant studies suggest that certain demographic groups within minority populations are treated especially harshly at sentencing in comparison to a similar population of white offenders. For example, a study of the Pennsylvania State Correctional System published in 1998 found both in terms of the decision to incarcerate and in terms of the length of sentence, blacks received harsher sentences than whites, younger offenders received harsher sentences than older offenders, and males received harsher sentences than females.10 The confluence of these three factors results in young black males being sentenced particularly harshly. A number of other recent studies have found similar evidence indicating that young black and Latino males are sentenced more harshly than white males.11
The Pennsylvania study found that, controlling for other factors, including severity of the offense and prior criminal history, white men aged 18-29 were 38 percent less likely to be sentenced to prison than black men of the same age group. In addition, white men of this age group were sentenced to an average prison term that was almost three months shorterthanthatgiventoblackmenofthisagegroup. Furthermore,blackmenaged18- 29 were more than four times as likely to be sentenced to prison as white men over the age of fifty.

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 6 years ago '05        #187
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 Tiko377 said:
Ohio screws up again

They lost Lebron and now want to make everything worse for the world
Phuck you prick!
 6 years ago '04        #188
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 6 years ago '08        #189
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 Kadillac87 said:
I didnt post statistics because you already said they dont exist. Obviously you have already made up your mind about the matter. Most likely, you're just gonna deny any evidence I post.


Offenders from ethnic minorities are more likely than their white counterparts to be sentenced to prison for certain categories of crimes, according to an analysis of more than one million court records.

The study, carried out by the Guardian, found black offenders were 44% more likely than white offenders to be sentenced to prison for driving offences, 38% more likely to be imprisoned for public disorder or possession of a weapon and 27% more likely for drugs possession.

Asian offenders were 41% more likely to be sent to prison for drugs offences than their white counterparts and 19% more likely to go to jail for shoplifting.

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The current Federal Sentencing Guidelines for cocaine offenses employ a ratio of 100 to 1, meaning it takes 100 times more cocaine to impose the same sentence as an offense involving crack cocaine. For example, a defendant convicted of selling 5 grams of crack cocaine is subject to the same sentence as a defendant convicted of selling 500 grams of cocaine.

A number of citizens believe the disparity to be unfair and racially discriminatory. In 2007, more than 81 percent of criminals convicted for crack offenses were African American, while only 25 percent of criminal convicted for crack cocaine offenses were African American.

The disparity originated in the 1980s during an epidemic of crack cocaine. Lawmakers a.ssumed that violence would be greater among those using crack cocaine and would, therefore, require harsher sentences. U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton admits enacting the disparity was a mistake. a.ssistant Attorney General Larry Breur said that “the best way to deal with violence is to severely punish anyone who commits a violent offense, regardless of the drug involved.” The Justice Department is working on a new set of recommended sentences for cocaine.

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This section synthesizes the findings of recent studies that examine how the defendant’s race interacts with the defendant’s age, gender, and employment status.
Key findings:
• Young black and Latino males tend to be sentenced more severely than comparably situated white males;
• Unemployed black males tend to be sentenced more severely than comparably situated white males.
The findings of relevant studies suggest that certain demographic groups within minority populations are treated especially harshly at sentencing in comparison to a similar population of white offenders. For example, a study of the Pennsylvania State Correctional System published in 1998 found both in terms of the decision to incarcerate and in terms of the length of sentence, blacks received harsher sentences than whites, younger offenders received harsher sentences than older offenders, and males received harsher sentences than females.10 The confluence of these three factors results in young black males being sentenced particularly harshly. A number of other recent studies have found similar evidence indicating that young black and Latino males are sentenced more harshly than white males.11
The Pennsylvania study found that, controlling for other factors, including severity of the offense and prior criminal history, white men aged 18-29 were 38 percent less likely to be sentenced to prison than black men of the same age group. In addition, white men of this age group were sentenced to an average prison term that was almost three months shorterthanthatgiventoblackmenofthisagegroup. Furthermore,blackmenaged18- 29 were more than four times as likely to be sentenced to prison as white men over the age of fifty.

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 6 years ago '04        #190
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 6 years ago '10        #191
Trilluminati GA 433 heat pts433
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 Play4keepz32 said:
Dont stain the bush name by having obama in the same sentence


Stain the Bush name?

Good trolling but fu*k them devils
 6 years ago '10        #192
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 thehawk33 said:




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 6 years ago '10        #193
THERETURNOFK2Z 11 heat pts11
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 DaViLLe726 said:
For your second and third points your way the fu*k off base homie.

Point 2 all i have to say is AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.
Point 3 Id love to see some numbers to support your claim because they do not exist.

oh and for point 2 again LOL
I was going to drop that ether but it's clear this has been done on my behalf(Kadillac87)...

 6 years ago '10        #194
THERETURNOFK2Z 11 heat pts11
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 UcantCme said:
i never said anything about white ppl working harder than black ppl so quit a.ssuming stuff.

and you dont know what i make and i really dont give a sh*t what you make...and if in fact you did make that much you would have voted for Romney you fu*king moron.
Rick people did not vote for Obama?

You should vote based on your income level? In that case most of the tea party would have voted Obama
 6 years ago '10        #195
THERETURNOFK2Z 11 heat pts11
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[QUOTE=tupacnasfan;25210752]Keep supporting this left/right garbage, especially obamanoids, there is no recovery


i can give two hot sh*ts about obama... but romney was a sure no go.
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