Thursday, April 25, 2013

An Asian Am. Supreme Court Justice?

                  Internment & The Supreme Court

   Why were Japanese Ams interned in WWII but not German and Italian Ams? It was because no Supreme Court Justice spoke up for Japanese Ams when the Supreme Court made that grievously mistaken decision.

                 Could Asian Ams Be Interned in the Future?

   80-20 took proactive measures since 6 years ago. We planned and executed a successful project to build up an Asian Am federal judiciary, aiming to have a Supreme Court Justice who is an Asian American. See explanations below.

   Thanks to President Obama, 80-20 has succeeded in almost tripling the number of Asian Am. life-tenured federal judges. We also succeeded in raising the number of Asian Am Appeals Court judges from zero to 2 which we hope will soon increase to 4!

   80-20 now embarks upon its GREATEST judicial mission -- getting an Asian Am onto the Supreme Court Justice.
      
                Why Is an Asian Am Supreme Court Justice Important?

      We'll have a spokesperson in the Supreme Court whose fate is tied in with us. If we are to be interned, then that Asian American Supreme Court Justice will be interned too!

                           Is Having Such a Justice likely?

   YES! But we'll have to get Sri Srinivasan confirmed as an Appeals Court judge by the Senate first, without a Republican filibuster!

   "The stakes in this nomination are clear: if Srinivasan passes this test and wins confirmation, he'll be on the Supreme Court before President Obama's term ends."    -- New Yorker.
 
Sri Srinivasan is "a potential frontrunner for the next Supreme Court opening"    -- Huffington Post.

    80-20 & the 4 Largest Nat'l Indian Am Orgs. Jointly Lobby for Sri 80-20 President, S. B. Woo, and the 4 presidents of Indian-Am orgs. have jointly sent a letter supporting the confirmation of Sri to Sen. Leahy, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Comm. The 4 Indian Am. presidents are

Sohan Joshi, President, National Federation of Indian Am. Assoc. (NFIA)
Ghanshyam Pandey, Association of Indians America (AIA)
Ashook Ramsaran, President, Global Organization of People of Indian Origin   International (GOPIO International)
Sampat Shivangi, President, Indian Am. Forum for Political Education (IAFPE)

             80-20 looks out effectively for your BIG interests, like no others.


Respectfully,

S. B. Woo, a volunteer who will irreversibly RETIRE on 12/31/2016
President, 80-20 National Asian Am. PAC, Inc.
http://www.80-20Initiative.net



PS: 80-20 PAC Gratefully Acknowledges Bountiful Donations:

Charles Zhang, Portage, MI         $5,000.00
Kathleen To, Bumet, TX             $5,000.00
S. B. Woo, Newark, DE              $5,000.00
Weihe Guan, Winchester, MA          $1,000.00 (To 80-20 EF)
Chern-Lin Chen, San Jose, CA          $800.00
Shanon Tang, Ware, MA          $500.00
Huei & Hueichen Peng, Ann Arbor, MI          $500.00
Chenming Hu, Oakland, CA             $500.00
Alice S. Huang, Pasadena, CA             $500.00
Ting Su & Kin-Lun Wong, Belmont, CA          $500.00
Yuehting Lee, Sylvania, OH             $500.00
Ved Chaudhary, Morganville, NJ          $500.00
Yin-Long Qing, Ann Arbor, MI          $500.00
Tina Liu Jen, Parsippany, NJ          $500.00
Jing-Li Yu, Long Island, NY          $500.00
Haibo Huang, San Diego, CA          $500.00
  
 

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