Minority Quotas in the Universal Health Care Bill–Your Tax Dollars at Work!

Minority Quotas in the Universal Health Care Bill–

Your Tax Dollars at Work ~ Updated!

 

American Tax Payers, if the bill passes as is, will shell out Billions of their tax Dollars so that Hospitals and Doctor’s Offices will be MORE Inclinded to HIRE, RETAIN and EDUCATE Minorities-Who cares about who is most qualified for the position, it is all about skin color. This in turn means that our hard earned money is taken from you and given to to another based soley on the color of their skin, not on their ability to perform the job at hand with expertise and/or experience! Now, who keeps making our society about race? Hint: The Democrats wrote this bill with Obama’s approval!

 “A medical school should have a demonstrated record of training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups.” Again, it is not about who is most qualified for the medical school entrance, it is again about skin color.

Affirmative Action and Sotomayor
Affirmative Action and Sotomayor

Because this was point blank and blatantly obvious to ANYONE who has taken the time to read the farce of a Government Run Health Care Bill, I could not help but use all of this entry-taken from StoptheACLU.com (link is at bottom):

-By Warner Todd Huston

Attorney Allan J. Favish reported a few days ago on the shocking racial set asides contained in the House Healthcare bill that shows that, once again, Congress is more interested in serving politically correct interests than in actually “doing something” serious about healthcare.

Just as Congress routinely adds riders and earmarks to bills that have nothing to do with those earmarks and riders (such as sticking abortion funding in an armed services supplemental bill, and the like) House Democrats slipped into the healthcare legislation racial preferences concerning minority students seeking entrance to medical schools.

It appears that the healthcare bill will give preferential federal funding to medical schools that “have demonstrated a record” of training students from “underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds.”

Here is what Favish found:

On page 881-882 the bill states:

to entities that have a demonstrated record of the following: . . . Training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds.”

On page 883 the bill states:

“The Secretary shall make grants to, or enter into contracts with, eligible entities . . . to operate or participate in an established primary care residency training program, which may include-(A) planning and developing curricula; (B) recruitment and training of residents; and (C) retention of faculty.”

On page 884-885 the bill states:

“In awarding grants and contracts . . . the Secretary shall give preference to entities that have a demonstrated record of training . . . individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds . . . .”

On page 887-889 the bill states that the…

“Secretary shall make grants to, or enter into contracts with, eligible entities . . . to operate a professional training program for oral health professionals, to provide financial assistance and traineeships and fellowships to those professionals who plan to work in or teach general, pediatric, or public health dentistry, or dental hygiene, to establish, maintain, or improve academic administrative units (including departments, divisions, or other appropriate units) in the specialties of general, pediatric, or public health dentistry, to operate a loan repayment program for full-time faculty in a program of general, pediatric, or public health dentistry.”

On page 889-890 the bill states:

“In awarding grants or contracts under this section, the Secretary shall give preference to entities that have a demonstrated record of the following: . . . Training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds.”

On page 908-909 the bill states:

“The Secretary shall award grants and contracts to eligible entities” to do the same things for the field of public health as the Secretary can do for dentistry.

On page 909 the bill states:

“In awarding grants or contracts under this section, the Secretary shall give preference to entities that have a demonstrated record of the following: . . . Training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds.”

Of course, immediately a question of qualifications arises. If you find that your doctor was admitted to school solely because he was a person representing an “underrepresented minority group” or had a “disadvantaged background” and not because he had excellent grades in medical or pre-med school, how comfortable would you feel with your medical treatment from that doctor? Would he be a doctor because he excelled at his studies, or because he enjoyed minority set asides, affirmative action, or racial gerrymandering?

It may not be so bad if your lawyer, your mechanic, or your hairdresser got by in life because of affirmative action programs. Maybe it’s not even the end of the world if your Supreme Court Justice only got where she is because of affirmative action. But your doctor, the man that holds your life in his hands and whose training can be paramount in the saving of that life? Do we want those folks passing through their training based on race and not grades?

Apparently the House Democrats are less interested in our medical student’s high grades and more interested in having the “right” number of minority students admitted to those medical schools. And they aren’t above using this so-called crisis on healthcare to get that racial gerrymandering put into place.

Apart from the legality of such preferences under the U.S. Constitution and the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and the unfairness to those who are not “individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups”, the Democrats’ policy will foster the racial preference climate that continues to stigmatize and demean those individuals who receive the preferences. For example, if you know nothing else about two university students, except that one was probably admitted under a program where intellectual standards were reduced and the student received a preference for being the child of an alumnus, and the other was admitted under more rigorous intellectual standards without receiving any nonmerit-based preference, what are you going to think about these two students? Is the answer any different when the preference is based on race rather than an alumni relationship?

A nonmerit-based preference program based on an individual’s physical appearance or surname is no less a “badge of inferiority” than the one condemned in Brown v. Board of Education. Thanks to the Democrats’ racial preference program, all of the “individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups” at these medical schools and other entities, including those who deserved admission without the racial preference, will wear that badge.

Allan J. Favish is an attorney in Los Angeles. His website is allanfavish.com.

Minority Quota Information Here

and Here

or READ THE CURRENT BILL they are debating!

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2 responses to “Minority Quotas in the Universal Health Care Bill–Your Tax Dollars at Work!

  • Sara

    I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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    • specfriggintacular

      Thanks Sara. If by any means you ever want to comment, even if you are in disagreement with what I have written, please do not hesitate to comment.

      There is nothing I enjoy more than a good debate!!!!

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