Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Suckered into giving in to the darker demons of her natural collectivist instincts.

Administrators literally shred Constitution after reporter calls it 'oppressive' and 'triggering'


Doug Rink said...

Kind of highlights why I think the Convention of States crowd is naive in believing a few new constitutional amendments will set the nation back on course.

Growing numbers on the Left express increasing animosity toward the Constitution. If they don't ascribe to the root document and its present amendments, I don't see them jumping to fall in line to adhere to any new ones.

The Left's been looking for ways to shred or distort the Constitution long before today's conservative COS push began, and the Left may have some tricks of its own planned if a COS ever comes into play.

Anonymous said...

Sideshow bullshit....

While I wouldn't burn the flag or shred the Constitution...doesn't mean that others don't have a right to their expression and speech.

PO'd American said...

She probably ran off to have a late term abortion right after this meeting.

Anonymous said...

How many parents even know that they subject their own kids to this when they pay out a hundred grand (or worse yet council their kids to take on debt) to get this "college education"?

Why do people pay tens of thousands of dollars for this? Why don't alumni put a stop to it?

Anonymous said...

Oberlin has a bit of a reputation among people in my state as a haven for both students and professors who want a "safe space" to hide from scary ideas. I can't tell what's more surprising - that the campus gestapo didn't prevent the handouts of the Constitution in the first place, or that the actual students weren't "triggered" enough to ask professors to shred copies of it.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry. But the beginning of this article made me gigglesnort, with the reporter's made up symptoms of extreme distress.

But now I have to ask a counter question: How would these over-educated Poindexter eggheads react if that same "student" came in and complained about Mein Kampf, Das Kapital, or the Quoran?

Oh, and before I forget, Project Veritas, excellent work!!

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:26,
The alumni probably don't stop it, because if they're old enough to have any kind of successful career, and therefore, money to have the college come soliciting them; they probably were educated under a more conservative (relatively speaking) system, and don't know about the current admin . . . uhhh, , I mean regime's "standards" and methods of propagandizing, indoctrinating, brainwashing and pussifying the new students.

So it's good that this is coming out, so that the alumni can make a more educated decision, instead of blindly accepting what the college tells them.

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:26 - Because the parents are even dumber than the kids that they're sending there for one thing..And maybe they were too busy planning their vacation and following their favorite sports team to bother paying attention to what their offspring are being indoctrinated with..OR, they saw a very smart looking TV commercial for that college (I live not far from Vassar; the commercials exist) and they said "Duh, dat looks like a good place for our kids to learn sometin'"..kinda like watching a movie with Al Gore and then running around like they know something about climate (I've run into plenty of those idiots)

Chiu ChunLing said...

Sideshow does have a point. As long as the pocket copy of the Constitution was given to the student by the former owners, it is a legitimate transfer of ownership and thus can be treated as the property of the new owner.

On the other hand, it is unbecoming an institution of learning for the administrators to fail to make the point that the only reason students are free to disparage (and shred copies of) the foundational laws of the nation is because they live in a nation whose foundational laws protect that right.

Of course, we're talking about an institution of propaganda and brain-washing, not an institution of learning, so this is nothing more than what we expect.