Well about racial profiling..... what is different about it then age profiling or gender profiling? The latter two are used all the time by insurance companies.
The problem I see with racial profiling is that if it was implemented at airports, then the security for people of a rae not considered dangerous would be given an easier chance to slip by security with bad intentions, since the focus would be on another race. I'm sure this is the case right now with airports and how they treat Arabs, but it wasn't implemented by management; it's employees using common sense. The problem at airports can be applied to all other facets of society where it may occur. I not saying convict somebody based on race, gender or age, but paying extra attention to people who statistically are higher risk is not a bad idea.
If 75% of convenience store robberies are commited by people with purple skin, and 5% of convenience store robberies are commited by people with green skin, who would you follow around if you owned a convenience store?
And let me jsut say that I'm not condoning racial discrimination in a sense that many of you see it, I'm saying it's not different than age or gender discrimination. Don't lynch me
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