I said blacks becaause I've been told that Latinos get a much smaller boost in admissions (2 or 3 LSAT points compared to about 10 points).
Ehnnn. Your explanation does not suffice. Please try again.
The sources that specify points actaully say that hispanics get 5 to 7. The fact that you are (deliberately, I'm sure) understating the impact of AA in their admissions speaks volumes. What also speaks volumes is the fact that you conveniently don't mention that American Indians get the highest "boost" of all--10+ LSAT points. So if you're going by who gets the greatest boost, wouldn't your trollish attempts focus on Native Americans? And before you try the "there aren't that many native Americans in law school" BS card I'm sure you'd like to pull out, let's not forget that there are many of your fellow whites with 1/2 a drop of native American blood who put Native American on their apps and skate by under that technicality. Look around this site for the "my great-great-grandfather seventeen times removed bought a brood mare from an american indian, can I put American Indian on my app" threads and ask if there's anyone who doesn't
know white people who were rediscovering the Sitting Bull in them during admissions. So while the actual number of full-blooded NAs might be lower, there is no shortage of mixed people and dishonest others with no ties to the culture who still use the "advantage."
SO, the basic point is that your excuse of "blacks get more points" fails miserably and really no explanation at all because if that was what your POV was really based on, you'd be focusing on American Indians.
Were you somehow unaware of this, Fincavigia?
Now let me repose the question before I condemn you as the trollish and most likely anti-black, insidious little sneak that I think you are:
In light of the fact (that I'm sure you knew since you were able to pull out "points" to bolster your fib) that blacks do not get the most points, why do your threads still focus on them and only them?