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Friday, April 21, 2006

No Rights For You


“A professor at Northern Kentucky University said she invited students in one of her classes to destroy an anti-abortion display on campus Wednesday evening.

Sally Jacobsen, a longtime professor in NKU’s literature and language department, said the display was dismantled by about nine students in one of her graduate-level classes.

“I did, outside of class during the break, invite students to express their freedom-of-speech rights to destroy the display if they wished to,” Jacobsen said.

Asked whether she participated in pulling up the crosses, the professor said, “I have no comment.”

She said she was infuriated by the display, which she saw as intimidating and a “slap in the face” to women who might be making “the agonizing and very private decision to have an abortion.’”

"Any violence perpetrated against that silly display was minor compared to how I felt when I saw it. Some of my students felt the same way, just outraged," Jacobsen said.

This is interesting to know. I can, according to the lefties, destroy anything I want if it offends me and I am merely exercising my right to free speech.

There is only one kind of speech allowed on campuses today: Liberal Speak.
Anything else will not be tolerated by the party of tolerance and diversity.

You don't like it that your neighbor has a Bush sticker on his car? Key his car, you have the right.

You don't like that Bush sign on your neighbors yard? Tear it down, how dare they put up a sign on private property that you disagree with...

You don't want all those Republican nazis voting? Slash the tires of their 'get out the vote' vans.

You don't like miltary recruiters on campus? Block access to them, threaten violence until they leave.

You don't like the conservative speakers on your campus? Shout them down or throw a pie in their face.

They are the tolerant ones? Their views are mainstream?


Blogger Matt Vella said...

Like any other "group", there are bound to be people that take it to far.

The bulk of the so called liberals, I'd dare say, are people like me. Only you won't hear about me destroying property or any crap like that because I'm smarter than that.

I'll just get on the intertron and bitch. :) Oh, and I'll get out and vote.

Speaking of which, 44% of the vote to replace good ol' boy Duke Cunningham - went to Francine Busby, a Democrat in a traditionally conservative district. Of course, she's replacing a corrupt Republican so it makes sense the pendulum swung so far the other way.

It must be those "activist judges" that are bringing this about.

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