From: Fathers' Manifesto <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: WHO SAYS BOYS ARE BETTER AT MATH?
<firstname.lastname@example.org> <34 <34563A39.540D2677@home.net>
To: "Daniel B. Holzman" <email@example.com>
Organization: @Home Network
Daniel B. Holzman wrote:
> In article <34563A39.540D2677@home.net>,
> Fathers' Manifesto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Women file 66,000 EEOC lawsuits ever year, and that doesn't count all of
> >the threatened lawsuits which achieved their immoral objective or were
> >otherwise settled. JUST the 66,000 is estimated to cost $800 Billion per
> >year, and that money should have gone into R&D or capital expansion (or
> >venture capital which is only $2 Billion--one four hundredth as much as
> >THAT is a good reason by itself for not hiring women, even if they weren't
> >three and a half gallons short.
> And now you know why John doesn't have a job in HR. That $800 Billion
> figure is precisely why it makes sense not to hire those who
> discriminate, or to retain them when they do, let alone open one's self
> to still more in lawsuits by openly discriminating against women in
> hiring practises.
"Discriminate" by whose definition? The EEOC's? That is history.
encyclopedia which constitutes EEOC law will be used for firewood before the end of
next month. Affirmative action is over, the days when the federal government made
hiring decisions for individual companies and corporations are over, and business
managers, whose money is on the line and whose expertise should have been relied on
to determine who is the best person for the best job, is back. Real
"discriminatinon" is now against the law.
> >Even if affirmative action was law, it has always been and will always be
> >unconstitutional, immoral, and counterproductive. The end of
> >discrimination is the end of the EEOC, along with all of the other little
> >absurd feminist notions like the 8 above.
> John's also a little confused on notions of jurisdiction. Prop. 209 is
> the law in California. That leaves 49 states which are utterly
> unaffected by it.
How many people in New York are going to just sit back and allow the immoral
discrimination under affirmative action continue, as California gets rid of it?
Probably just you? In all of the restaurants of New York, they will be calling
"Holzman, party of one!"