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Rather than let the Supreme Court rule against racial preferences, the NAACP and others bribe Sharon Taxman to drop her case!

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Drop Supreme Court Case!

November 22, 1997 - From the Adversity.Net News Desk

          This week supporters of reverse-discrimination "bought-off" the NJ school teacher who had been fired because she was white rather than allow the case to proceed to the Supreme Court! Forward / Page Down

          Remember the case of Sharon Taxman, the Piscataway, NJ school teacher who was fired for being white?  The school board repeatedly, almost proudly, stated that their decision was based solely on race.    You may also remember that Bill Clinton publicly stated that he thought the school board was correct in their racism!

          The Supreme Court of the United States had agreed to hear the Taxman case.  But wait!  Given the high court’s recent rulings, there was a distinct possibility that the Supremes would rule in favor of Taxman, thus making it much more difficult for employers and government agencies to practice reverse discrimination!

THIS CASE HAS BEEN UPDATED! 12-14-05

President Bush's Supreme Court Nominee, Samuel Alito, joined the 8-4 majority 3rd Circuit majority opinion in favor of Taxman and against "race-based firings"!
Click Here for the full story!

          Never fear!  A coalition of supporters of reverse discrimination, led by the NAACP and the Black Leadership Forum, leaped into action!  They hit up their fellow "preferential treatment racists" and collected about $300,000.

          What do you suppose the NAACP and their friends did with the $300,000?  Did they use it to hire lawyers?  Nope!   Did they use it for legal research and the preparation of legal arguments and briefs against Taxman?  Nope!  They were much smarter than that!  The reverse discrimination coalition applied the $300,000 where it would do the most good in the shortest amount of time possible.  They used the money to bribe Taxman into dropping her case!

          Unfortunately, it worked.   After having years of her life (not to mention her career) ruined both because of reverse discrimination, and because of her efforts to fight this form of racism, Ms. Taxman accepted the money and dropped the case.

          Who can blame her?  Like others before her, Taxman experienced the full force of the economic intimidation and political terrorism that invariably is leveled against those of us who fight against reverse discrimination.  Even the President of the United States publicly joined the campaign against Taxman!  Faced with all that, who couldn’t use the $300,000?   When the President and the NAACP publicly vow to deny you the most basic protections of the Constitution, you are dead meat! Go to Top of PageForward / Page Down

           Adversity.Net congratulates the NAACP, the Black Leadership Forum, Clinton, and all their reverse-discrimination friends for once again narrowly averting justice!

          According to news reports, this $300,000 "racial preferences defense fund" began taking shape over a year ago!  The NAACP, the Black Leadership Forum, and Clinton were terrified at the prospect of this clear-cut case of illegal reverse discrimination being heard by the Supreme Court!  So 12 months ago they began quietly collecting their bribe money from allied organizations.  It would be much better to buy-off Ms. Taxman than to allow justice to prevail.

          Hugh Price, president of the National Urban League, was quoted by the Washington Post as saying "This was a case that involved just one job, two people, with the outcome decided solely on race."   (Emphasis added.)  According to Price’s twisted logic, the Supreme Court should not be allowed to hear a case involving the violation of just one lonely citizen's civil rights!  Gee, Mr. Price, we guess we’ve been misunderstanding the Constitution all these years!


          This case has been updated 12-14-05!  Our newest Supreme Court Justice, Samuel Alito, ruled on the Taxman case.  Please click on this link for complete, detailed information:  Sam Alito and Sharon Taxman!

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