What do you all think of the case with Affirmative Action at the Supreme Court? For those of you who are not familiar with it, read this link: http://www.cnn.com/2003/LAW/04/01/scotus.affirmative.action.ap/index.html [Broken] An attorney for white students who were denied admissions to a college because of race went took this case to the supreme court regarding the point system used in determining admissions. If you note, 20 points is given to those of "underrepresented racial-ethnic minorities", whereas those who had shown leadership and service to their country were only given 5. Personally, I believe equality should be for all, and race should have nothing to do with admissions to a college or for consideration of a job. Skin color (or lack of it in this case) is not a factor of whether someone will be successful in college or in a job. Quotas in order to "prove" that a college or company of high reputation diversifies does not do anyone justice in the end.