College students want free school and aspire to be professional protestors

I’m not sure where to go with this but … hey, they’re not my kids and I’m not paying for their school … or am I?

Feast on this my little mobsters … via The Right Scoop. and the Media Research Center.

Nice kids but … ummm … your thoughts?

6 replies
  1. Plainvillian
    Plainvillian says:

    Too bad their hippie dippie grandparent protestors didn’t have free contraception.

    • GdavidH
      GdavidH says:

      I’ve actually said that same thing here in the past, and I will go one step further.

      Give them all the free contraception they can handle!!!??? NOW!?

  2. dennis
    dennis says:

    We have a system now that teaches them how to protest, join a union or a non profit like ACORN, after all didn’t our president come from being a Community Organizer/Agitator/ Protester? America, what a great country.?

  3. stinkfoot
    stinkfoot says:

    Funny… what they advocate would further water down the value of having a college degree- not that it matters considering the fact that “street malcontent” as a career path is not a lucrative one- at least not yet… but I see in the future entire departments set up within the university system that can properly train undergraduates in the finer points of protesting.? Perhaps one day there will exist tenured professors whose primary expertise being bestowed on the soon-to-be-learned will be properly misspellings on hand scrawled signs.

    OWS turf builders ought to think about better concealing the sophisticated satellite equipment I observed during my moment of morbid curiosity inspired visitation of “Occupy Flint” while visiting Michigan in November.? My sense is that the useful fools being drawn into the “movement” (bowel?) are participating in a charade to dignify the erosion of free speech by hard wiring popular association of the media covered idiocy with the concept of protest so other useful idiots who exercise that idiocy through the voting booth will support candidates who advocate outlawing protest altogether.

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