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How about listing The 25 Most Obnoxious Quotes From Hillary Clinton?
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Opinions Versus Facts

SFLBIB Wrote: Dec 02, 2014 11:36 AM
"Many people who claimed to have been eyewitnesses to the fatal shooting gave opposite accounts of what happened." Sheriff: "Can you describe the hold-up leader?" Stagecoach Passenger #1: "He was wearing a mask." Stagecoach Passenger #2: "No, he wasn't. He was wearing a bandana." Stagecoach Passenger #3: "No, he wasn't. He was wearing a hood." Sheriff: "Well, this fellow will be real easy to spot. He has three heads, one with a mask, one with a bandana, and one with a hood. Yesseree. He should be real easy to find." -- Dialog from an old Wallace Beery western.
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Racial Quota Punishment

SFLBIB Wrote: Dec 02, 2014 11:15 AM
"...'disproportionate' numbers of black male students who are punished for various offenses in schools." Typical liberal approach of analyzing a situation. There must be something wrong with reality, not the method of interpreting reality; therefore, reality must change.
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Beware of Our Betters

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 26, 2014 10:35 AM
"No one can know for sure what motivated Professor Gruber to do what he did..." Look at it as a sort of political contribution in reverse.
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The Campus Crusade for Cash

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 24, 2014 2:48 PM
You might not realize that there are those of us out here who think that liberal professors all over the country are long overdue for a good comeuppance. My only regret is that the individuals responsible for campus oppression are never held personally responsible.
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A Legacy of Liberalism

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 12:56 PM
Everything the liberal touches, he ruins.
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Abortion and Human Trafficking

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 12:25 PM
Every one of your arguments was used in the Valladolid Debates, the Dred Scott debates, and the Roe v. Wade debates in one form or another. They turn justice up-side down by placing one person's right to life before another's right to liberty and/or to pursue happiness. If you don't accept the above, all I need do is quote your own side to show that your argument is all wet. The following pro-abortion editorial contains a revealing statement on lying in the service of killing: Since the old ethic has not yet been fully displaced, it has been necessary to separate the idea of abortion from the idea of killing, which continues to be socially abhorrent. The result has been a curious avoidance of the scientific fact, which everybody knows, that human life begins at conception and is continuous whether intra- or extra-uterine until death. The very considerable semantic gymnastics which are required to rationalize abortion as anything but the taking of a human life would be ludicrous if they were not often put forth under socially impeccable auspices. It is suggested that this schizophrenic sort of subterfuge is necessary because while a new ethic is being accepted the old one has not yet been rejected.” [Emphasis added] California Medicine, September 1970 issue One thing no one has yet been able to explain to me is how advocating abortion is logically consistent with your presence in this life if your mother had opted for it for your fate.
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Our People

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 1:33 PM
I suspect the university will file an appeal.
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Open Legs and Closed Minds

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 12, 2014 11:58 AM
The attitude of higher ed is the more useful a major is, the less "educated" you become. As the British would say, your endeavors were of trade. Conversely, the less useful your major, the more educated you are considered. Seneca (AD 5-65) once said, "We waste our efforts on the inane. We are educated not for life but for the classroom.” During my first year of college, the raging question of the day, as I heard one professor say to a colleague, was, “Shall we educate students or train them to do a job?” so I don't think things have changed in the intervening years.
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Open Legs and Closed Minds

SFLBIB Wrote: Nov 12, 2014 11:47 AM
I don't have a reference, but the theory I heard is that the homosexual movement has joined joined forces with the general liberal movement, thus leveraging their influence over politicians. Hence, you will see homos counter-demonstrating outside abortion clinics even though they don't need abortion themselves. Heaven help us if felons ever get the vote nationwide.
"They are trying to cheat, but we can beat them ..." That's not beating them; it's just making sure the vote is what it is supposed to be.
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