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Branco cartoon – Disassembly Line

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Perfect!

Current replay of the old song:

Don’t know much about history
Don’t know much biology (well, the textbook kind, anyway!)

Don’t know much about [fill in the blank}, except for the socialist indoctrination that substituted for education nowadays.

Keep ’em dumb and dependent and even the white kids will willingly become generational dwellers on the Dem/Lib Plantation.

Hope then Change.

don’t know much history, don’t know much about biology, but I do know that Trump hates you. And I know that if you hate him too, what a wonderful world this would be.

This is the “college” education you’re paying for parents on the right. Great cartoon!

OleDirtyBarrister | August 24, 2017 at 12:03 pm

The cartoon demonstrates why Dems are pushing so hard for “free” tuition to public colleges. It provides them a chance to indoctrinate even people that clearly do not belong in college if they can lure them to Cupcake State Community College with “free tuition.”

Brilliant and totally on-point!

Mr. Branco has succinctly distilled the essence of contemporary academia, in which allegedly hallowed halls of learning and ostensible open-minded inquiry have been turned into nothing more than Leftist indoctrination camps, devoted to churning out new, increasingly intolerant jackboots every year.

If there is another angle to this phenomenon, it is that, in actuality, the indoctrination process can be said to begin even earlier than at the college level, in elementary school and in high school.

Syndicated columnist Reuben Navarrette, by no means a fan of Trump, whose administration he refers to as a national nightmare, makes this observation in today’s column.

The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave is now the Land of the Aggrieved and the Home of the Picked On.

This transformation is much more important than the question that captivates the attention of the left and the media (as if there were a difference at this point). Do we have a white supremacist in the White House?

A lot of my Latino and African-American friends are convinced we do. But I think they’re wrong. What do they know? Some of them said the same thing about every Republican president since Ronald Reagan while turning a blind eye to outright racists in the Democratic Party. Also, Donald Trump has been in the public eye for more than 30 years — donating money to civil rights groups, posing for pictures with Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, and supporting Democrats. I personally never heard anyone say he was a racist or white supremacist until he became a Republican. That smells fishy.

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/08/23/navarrette-when-did-america-become-a-nation-of-victims/

Higher Education = Sausage Grinder

Spot on, A.F.! There is so little useful education being taught in colleges today. The few who are actually trying to focus on getting an education are being run off campus by the protests.

Colleges and universities need to take a serious look at themselves in the mirror before the kids they’re turning into snowflakes break all of the mirrors.

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