Less than a day after the Supreme Court ruled that states have a right to ban affirmative action, Republicans in Wisconsin announced plans to do just that.
“People do not realize — the average person does not realize — how extensive race and gender preferences are in our society,” Grothman said.
As an example of this, Grothman pointed to the targets for state and federal contracts to go to businesses owned by women and minorities or to businesses with certain hiring or subcontracting practices for those groups. Those kinds of requirements and targets are “divisive,” said Grothman, who is running to replace outgoing U.S. Rep. Tom Petri of Fond du Lac in the 6th Congressional District.
Got that? Ensuring that minority groups are able to obtain a slice of the pie is “divisive.”
White male contractors are the real oppressed.