Monday, 31 May 2010

Walter Williams on discrimination

Hat tip Vulcan’s Hammer.

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Blogger Harold said...

This is fantastic. Completely agree.

Discrimination has become a dysphemism for choice and ironically enough, choice has become a euphemism for coercion (antitrust, for example)

31 May 2010, 16:11:00  
Blogger Tim Johnston said...

Excellent. Completely agree. Paul should've known better than to get tangled up in it though ..

31 May 2010, 18:25:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why Tim? If he's right to oppose anti discrimination laws in the sphere of commerce (prohibiting a prohibition on negroes at the lunch counter for example) he's right. Unless he's ashamed of his position and needs to hide behind weasel words and ummmm evasion.

Judge Holden

1 Jun 2010, 05:11:00  

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