I watched two old white guys complain about old white guys in power; they should feel free to give up their seats, but do they have any right to give advantages to other groups over other old white guys? Sonia Sotomayor firmly backs affirmative action but, but she is a member of the large religious group in the US and wants to give advantages to others of this majority group over the others. Protestants do not share beliefs with each other or a leader, so calling them a majority religion is flat-out wrong. Sonia Sotomayor voted to increase power of her in-group.
Bigotry is not racism, it is bias of big over small. Racism is only about race; despite what talking heads say on TV. Paul Krugman is one of the elitists, who with his Princeton degree complained out the people not of his elitist class. I hate every political party, I vote by intelligent solutions. Ethnicity should have nothing to do with benefits. I suspect most want the best doctors and care much less about what color they come in. A poor person no matter their color wants hope and Sotomayor should not be selling out people of different religious groups to further strengthen her fellow Catholics.
I am part Spanish, Native American, and have many other ethnicities in my genetic makeup. Many newcomer to this country with similar genetic makeup have taken affirmative action benefits. Sonia Sotomayor is one such example. My family was one of the few Catholics in what became the United States. I know my ancestors did not have affirmative action benefits. Now because I am Agnostic and am not part of a religious group, Sotomayor and Krugman want to further strengthen a majority organized religious group. Who is the bigot? I’m from the poor working class and Ivy league colleges prefer elitist bigots.
The chapter I’m rewriting is about narcissists, but I might find room to add elitists. It seems like a related in-group.