Thursday, April 07, 2005

Liberals use Betty Crocker to prove a conservative speaker's point.

As a conservative, I don't know what it's like to take a supreme beating in the last 3 elections. I've enjoyed seeing Republicans win two presidential and a mass of Senate seats, while my polar opposite is waisting more food:
A conservative activist who criticizes what he calls the leftist domination of college campuses was struck with a pie Wednesday night at Butler University.

David Horowitz, president of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, had just started a lecture at Butler when he was hit.

Horowitz's supporters followed the assailants out of the hall, and confronted them with what a witness called "pushing and shoving." However, the attackers got away.

"There's a wave of violence on college campuses, committed by what I'd call fascists opposing conservatives," Horowitz said. "It's one step from that to injury."
How perfect that a conservative speaker giving a lecture on the Liberal intolerance that permeates college campus is struck with a pie from a person who obviously disagreed with his position, proving his point. Liberals are so intellectually advanced, that they see some kind of public relations advantage that slow conservatives just aren't picking up. How else to explain why liberals commonly throw things at speakers?

If instead of throwing them at conservative commentators, Liberals would feed the hungry with their baked projectiles, the world would be a better place.

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