- Dec 2006
- New Haven, CT
No, no, no.Who said there had to be a "choice"? Common people face that decision every day. What makes them special?
IMO, there is too much of this relying on some form of discrimination to get ones way. In football Black players make more then whites. Discrimination? How about the truck driver that drives for a larger company getting more then the driver for a small company. Should he get equal pay?
Are they forced to play, or are there other options?
You are totally missing the point.
First of all, do black football players make more than white players? Is it due to their race? Are the black players who make more than white players more skilled?
It makes no difference in the disparity between two different companies' wage chart. The discrimination comes into play if certain races, genders, ethnicities, etc. make more than others within ONE company.
You are using bad analogies to make a point that I don't think has validity.