Liberal monkeys...


Anonymous said...

Man, RWD is really going all in on this "kids today" anti-PC bogeyman crap. I guess when you control all branches of government and yet still can't manage to govern you have to blame someone for your incompetence. Who better than young, poor, powerless college students whose biggest "crime" is seeing through your right wing bullshit?

ferschitz said...

With RWD, it's projection 110% of the time.

How many times has RWD ever in his life been "exposed" to true leftwing ideas, much daily factual reality, which, as we all know, has a liberal bias (not a joke; it's the way it is)?

Further to the issue of Ann Coulter's false claim that her "free speech rights" were abrogated by UC Berkeley (they weren't; she chose not to talk on the day they offered her), it's not like Coulter's Hateful ideas aren't readily available in a variety of forums. I'm sure most college kids know exactly who Coulter is and what hateful bile she's usually spewing.

CharlieE said...

Yes, we all would that the Left would learn to be as tolerant of opposing views as the Right. Thanks, RWD!

delagar said...

I teach in NW Arkansas, and the only opposition to new ideas or "opposing views" that I have seen over the past decade has come from RWD or his wife. Whenever I get complaints from students to the dean due to what I'm teaching in class -- for instance, when I taught Angels in America, or when I taught Joanna Russ -- it's because a Conservative Christian is having his or her beliefs challenged.

The only bad evaluations I get have the same source.

delagar said...

I don't know if anyone here has reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night, but there's another example. This was required reading for all our first-year comp students. The main character is an atheist, and you know it: My RWD student was *outraged* that we were pushing this "propaganda" on helpless young students.

Hooray4US said...

It's because the M$M, especially the usual rightwing sources, and rightwing think tanks have made a fetish out of the notions that:

A. All tertiary institutions are total hot-beds of radical Marxist ideology (about which RWD has not a clue) which is being rammed down the hapless throats of innocent victim students, who simply are powerless to think for themselves.

B. One Hundred Percent of all tertiary students are complete "special snowflakes" who are propagandized "victims" of Political Correctness to the point where they cannot function unless treated as special snowflakes.

Or something something. It's ridiculous. I talk with my younger relatives, and other than some isolated incidents, none of this happening. If anything, many tertiary institutions are quite corporatized these days and are not even close to being the so-called liberal institutions that they probably never were in the first place.

Just more propaganda to: a) reliably rile up RWD, and b) pit RWD against the younger generation.

Yet again: divide and conquer. RWD is such a gullible rube that it works ever time.

Anonymous said...

Is that why the right wing actively practices voter suppression, gerrymandering, and buying any and all media vehicles to shut them down? Do you remember when NPR was slightly lefty? I do. That was a LONG time ago.

Let's face it: you guys suck, and you know you suck. If Mitch McConnel, Paul Ryan, and Donald Trump speak for you, you are horrible. No mulligans, no take-backs, no do-overs, you are just horrible people.

You are the bad guys in every movie. Why? What happened to you?

Anonymous said...

I work in the legal field (not a lawyer). A professional association that I belong to sends out a daily E-Newsletter of articles (from various sources) of interest to our profession. Bc it's law, some articles are about current legislative issues and so forth. I know that the people putting this together strive really hard to stay non-partisan.

Guess who's asked the most to get off the list? That's right: Trump voters, who uniformly think it's "too partisan" and "unfair." And believe me, it's not, and most of the articles are more directly discussing issues about our profession.

Talk about See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil. It's not leftwing people that I know who avoid hearing different points of view, and that's for certain.

Anonymous said...

Sack usually isn't this lazy. I was always ok with Coulter to speak at Berkeley, even though all she is, is a demagogic shill. It's patently obvious that her ideas are childish, provocative shit that a three year old would fire off in a tantrum. The Nazi's will love it, no one else.

I guess Sack both-siders because his editor gives him major shit to be "fair".

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