Students Stumble as They Try to Explain Why They Support Affirmative Action, But Not in Sports

LOL!  This is a great video that illustrates Liberal cognitive dissonance in action.  It’s well worth your time to watch.  Maybe you can ask your Libtarded friends these same questions.  Who knows?  Maybe they’ll have an epiphany:

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5 Comments on “Students Stumble as They Try to Explain Why They Support Affirmative Action, But Not in Sports”

  1. tgusa Says:

    Tats right, sports are different because every one of us, when our lives or livelihoods are on the line want a doctor or lawyer that has been chosen through affirmative action. After decades of following sports I can still answer just about any question about sports that you could come up with. But I don’t participate in discrimination so I no longer watch listen nor purchase tickets or sporting merchandise. Honestly, I don’t feel comfortable having a college near where I reside, work or play. Its not very Christian but I really believe that these students deserve to be discriminated by all of us, early and often, couldn’t happen to a more revolting group of people.

    If I want to watch a good game that reflects on modern sports I will turn on The Longest Yard.

  2. Big Frank Says:

    Affirmative action is just another form of discrimination. Instead of doing more to prepare qualified persons for employment and educational positions, the easy way out is taken just to get the correct numbers. In this process no one wins in the long run.


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