Monday, May 08, 2006

Kane Watch: Makin' It Easy

Eugene Kane further demonstrates his belief that the color of one's skin is more important than the content of their character.

It just seems right [that blacks are taking ownership over professional sport teams], considering in sports like basketball and football, black athletes make up a significant part of the action on the playing field.

So, obviously, by Kane's standards, white ownership of teams is inappropriate as it doesn't properly reflect the skin color of their most visible employees.

Let's consider a situation where a major corporation is selecting its next CEO. The candidates have been narrowed down to two, one black, one white.

And let's say the black candidate demonstrates far greater qualifications than the white candidate, but the employees of the company are predominantly white.

According to Kane's logic, hiring the white candidate would "just seem right."


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