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The Young and Gullible Reality Check After an Election

I AM GOP Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 3:57 PM
With all due respect I think the resolution is a bit naive. Universities don't care about the consequences of graduates who fail in the real world. Their perspective would be; what if a seasoned DC jockey had spoken to Barrack H. Obama's graduating class and inadvertently discouraged him from going into politics? What we need to do is document and expose the libs in their nest. The same way some a left winger "exposed" Mitt Romney's 47% comment, let's expose liberal faculty verbally abusing, indoctrinating kids and over all abusing their positions of power.
WalterHarris Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 9:05 AM
Can you prove that Obummer was ever in a graduating class. Where is it and let's see it. I will not except a false diploma anyone can buy that.

So many people graduate college with big dreams and aspirations about entering politics, but most of the time they leave it years after, distraught, disillusioned, and without much money to their name. This happens all the time in Washington DC but no one talks about it. Most people need a glimpse into the carnage after an election, where people on both sides lose their jobs and become anxious about the future.

For any standard job in the private sector or even in government, the vast majority of the time you go into work knowing what to expect, and what the...