Originally Posted by MariconesUnited
This highlighted answer is closer to what I'm saying, but not exactly it. I mean that if someone knows they don't have to study to go to University, it's more than likely that they won't. Which is going to make their transition into University much more difficult than it was for the other students.
Ok, thanks for clarifying there.
Yes, apart from spoiling them, when they do go to uni, they won't be able to cope with it because they didn't have to study or do anything to get there, so they won't be as prepared as other students who did.
I don't think buying them out is going to solve anything. Two wrongs don't make a right. I think they should have guaranteed representation in Parliament that covers at the very least the percentage of the population that they represent. I don't know how it is over where you live, but all I see in the Canadian parliament is an overwhelming majority of white males.
There are representatives from their side of the fence, but, as I stated earlier, they have gotten so wrapped up in the power games that, in my opinion, it has blinded them to really knowing what is best for their own people. I have not been keeping up with things recently though, so it might have changed? Somehow, I doubt it though.
But yes, we don't see many dark skinned politicians in parliament. Mainly white males, but there are a number of white females as well...just not as many as males.