A foolproof degree plan

Once again a liberal academic has gone off the rails and made it clear to the world that she hates Republicans with this published pronouncement:

I hate Republicans, I can’t stand the thought of having to spend the next two years watching Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Ted Cruz, Darrell Issa or any of the legions of other blowhards denying climate change, thwarting immigration reform or championing fetal ‘personhood.’

Mind you now that this is a department head at a taxpayer-funded institution of higher learning, meaning that her salary and benefits are siphoned equally from citizens, be they Democrats or Republicans.

Unfortunately for us conservatives, we have no choice where our taxes go when it comes to funding academia, a huge boil on the greater conservative bottom.  To realize that the taxes we work so hard to pay are funneled to academic institutions where the entire left spectrum, from mere liberalism to hardcore communism, is the only acceptable political philosophy is a huge pain in the nationwide conservative populace that dominates this country from border to border and ocean to ocean, with but a few coastal liberal enclaves, heavily black and Hispanic areas, and Indian reservations – and, of course, the major academic centers.

One look at that map tells you that the huge, productive mass of America is opposed to the licentious, lubricious, and liberal views of those coastal elites who wield huge power through the wealth they have extracted from the labors of those of us who populate that huge eminence between their affluent seaside castles in the air erected out there on the friendly-to-few fringe they have priced out of reach for the rest of us.

This University of Michigan department head who feels so comfortable and confident in her union-backed, tenured position to the extent she can make such an inflammatory public pronouncement may just have stepped on her tender academic appendage.  Quite simply, any Republican or conservative student enrolled in any of her department’s degree programs should immediately submit a letter to the dean of students, the chancellor, the Michigan governor, or whomever – perhaps all the above – with a clearly stated warning that if said student does not receive favorable grades until graduation, then litigation based on systemic bias will follow.  With such clearly stated bias by the head of the department, it looks to me like UM campus conservatives and Republicans seeking degrees in communications have a foolproof degree plan.

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