Sargent Shultz on Hogan's Hero's used to say whenever he was in trouble, "I know nothing, absolutely nothing". It is curious that this phrase is the only one Erik Holdner could come up with concerning wire tapping yesterday. The president knows nothing about anything. The media knows nothing unless it is politically correct. Hillary Clinton knows nothing about Benghazi and the death of four Americans. There is nobody at the IRS that knows anything about the 67,000 pages of the Tax code. Who know something?
So terribly disturbing. Perhaps people will begin to reflect on this and see it in their own lives and do something about it.
Yeah, maybe they'll kick the know-nothings out before more Americans are killed abroad and on our soil.
It seems to me the better your education the less you know. Aren't all these people Harvard and Yale?
Reckon they were all too busy learning how to become liberal activists to even learn anything important. Probably listening raptly to Bill Ayres or some other bomber that the Colleges allow into teaching positions.
Yeah it's not just they better educated anti intellectualism is such a common trait amongst conservatives.
I hope you can see the irony in that post...
Damn, I must've missed Liberal Activism 101. I was too busy taking literature, math, and history courses with some theater and art classes thrown in for fun.
Also, if the character being mentioned in the OP is a military figure (I've never seen the show), it's "sergeant."
He's referring to the tv show Hogan's Heroes
I took sociology, anthropology and psychology as well.
I assume that THOSE classes are what turned me into the liberal activist that I am today.
Oh and those literature classes where we read books from other cultures. Ones that weren't the Bible.
But, if what Josak says about being able to do maths is true, then I could not possibly be a liberal activist. I knew I should have studied harder.
Just some of the courses that will make you a liberal activist.
History and economics are also very contagious with liberalism.
I did core Economics and History. Didn't choose to pursue them further... I guess I'll have to settle for being a Moderate Activist.
Our protest slogan is "STFU, all of you, you're all loons" It's a bit long but we hope it catches on. It's got short words so the conservatives can read it and it's insulting enough to show appropriate persecution. That seems to make them feel better.
It's got internet/texting slang for the liberals... who can't seem to pull themselves out of cyberspace. It also mentions a threatened species... which tends to make them go all indignant and self-righteous. That seems to make them feel better.
Don't forget something about minorities.
Something like "several independent psychological studies show that if a self identified conservative subject is presented with an image of a person and are told they are an illegal immigrant they will under brain scans show a massive anger response if the image is of a Hispanic person, but no response at all or a very small one if the image is of a Caucasian" .
That way they can get mad about us calling them racist too.
I also forgot, Biology is pretty liberalizing
I was an English major/Sociology minor. I studied rocks as my "hard science" Most of my classes outside of core were liberal arts type... Oh crap.
I like your slogan, but it's going to be hard to put on a poster-board. How about "You all are racists" will that work?
Graduated with BS in Speech Pathology. I have always enjoyed having a BS. Must be why I think these things up. Its pathological to know nothing.
Sh*crap*! My poetry classes had selections from the Bible! MY POETRY CLASS HAD SELECTIONS FROM THE BIBLE!!
WHAT DO I DO?! WHAT DO I DO?!?
Take a class on Oriental poetry IMMEDIATELY.
You could also take Arthurian Literature... which for some reasons causes females to become pagan lesbians almost immediately. Males run around trying to find swords in lakes... no time at all for Biblical pursuits.
Man now I want to go back to uni to take that course.
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