Thursday, April 22, 2010

A MUST!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Send in your completed Census form today!

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subject: Why Is It A MUST? - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Why must one join 80-20?

Simple! 80-20 can help you secure rights & achieve rightful benefits for
you & your offspring which frankly you individually are powerless to achieve.

Here is an example. 80-20 is helping 2.1 million Asian Ams. to get
rid of the glass ceiling above them. These are the Asian Ams working in companies with
more than 50 employees and in universities and colleges which are almost
all federal contractors & subcontractors.

How is 80-20 helping?

80-20 first got presidential candidate Obama to promise to do so, if elected.
Then, the Labor Dept. under the Obama Administration wrote to 80-20
promising IN WRITING to give those Asian Am. workers equal opportunity
to rise to management/administration by the enforcement of Exec. Order 11246.
Two years from now, when the next election is nearing, 80-20 will meet
with Pres. Obama to review if the promise has been kept.

Note: Asian Ams. presently only get 50% or less the opportunity to
rise to management relative to other Americans, a fact that EEOC & the
Labor Department have acknowledged.

80-20 believes enforcement has begun, and is closely monitoring the
progress. Is the above something that you can get done by yourself?
It takes GROUP political clout!

Help us back?

Join 80-20 by clicking on
http://www.80-20initiative.net/membership/payment.asp . Or
send a check to 80-20 PAC, P.O. Box 603, Osprey, FL 34229. 

Place your e-address at the back of your check please. We
need more member, especially Life Members, in order to help you!

Respectfully yours,

S. B. Woo, a volunteer,
Acting Exec. Director, 80-20 PAC, Inc.

"Barber & Asian Americans"

There is this barber in the US. One day a Caucasian florist goes to
him for a haircut. After the cut, he goes to pay the barber. The
barber replies: "No charge today. I am doing community service."
The florist is happy and leaves. The next morning the barber finds
a "thank you" card and a dozen roses waiting at his shop door.
An African American cop goes for a haircut and gets the same
"community service treatment." The cop is happy and leaves. The
next morning the barber finds a "thank you" card and a dozen
donuts waiting at his shop door. An Asian software engineer goes
for a haircut and he also gets the "community service treatment." 

The next morning when the barber goes to ope 157 n his shop, guess
what he finds there. A dozen Asian Americans waiting for a free haircut.

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