Anon.y.mousse. wrote:MarkinKansasCity wrote:Anon.y.mousse. wrote:Stating or implying that affirmative action students aren't qualified to attend the top institutions that are admitting them with discounted tuitions isn't a political opinion, it's a shitty personal one. Maybe "racist" is too strong but it's certainly a distasteful prejudiced opinion to have. As if your LSAT score alone makes one qualified to attend a top institution.
You're going to get banned for debating AA unless you do it in here.
I'm not debating AA! I didn't even start that conversation.
However, actively debating the merits of affirmative action (such as the "fairness" of the URM boost) is forbidden in any on topic forum, including this one. If you wish to debate the merits of affirmative action, we have set up a thread in the off topic forums for you to do so, which you can find here: http://top-law-schools.com/forums/viewt ... 0&t=178724
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I'd say stating that OP is racist for writing that AA leads to the admission of unqualified students goes to the merits.