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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Factophobia: a leftist disorder

Boycotting the House Select Committee on Benghazi by Democrats is a clear example of Factophobia. The liberals don't know the facts but they know that they don't want to know them. Factophobia is the same disorder that Rutgers low-information liberals suffer from as well.

Rutgers planned to have Condoleezza Rice give a speech at the commencement program and have previously had Hillary Clinton speak at the "university." Hillary appeared at Rutgers in 2007 and was accepted with open arms and closed minds by students and faculty alike. But with the announcement that Condi was scheduled to be the speaker at their commencement, the little anarchists went ballistic and protested loudly. 

The hypocrites blamed Condi for supporting the war in Iraq, but somehow forgot to blame Hillary for supporting the same war with her vote. Somehow they were able to dismiss Hillary's decision but not Condi's; perhaps they're racists, a term they love to throw out there.

The little anarchists even made fun of her name, as you can see from the sign they made.

The Rutgers leftists, and leftists in general, are as tolerant as is the religion of peace, good ole Islam. The funny thing is, when a gay leftist or female leftist sides with Islam (e.g., marching against Israel in favor of the Palestinians), they have no clue of what it would be like for them to live in an actual Muslim country. Well, the gay person wouldn't live too long upon arrival if he or she were openly gay.

But back to Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton.

The Daily Targum, Rutgers' largest school paper, had urged the school administration to not allow Dr. Rice to speak there due to her "questionable politics." It seriously sounds like Rutgers is afraid of things that are open to question. That may be a problem when it comes to "higher learning" in real academia, and heaven forfend, it might actually open the floor to a debate where not everybody wins a trophy.

If you compare the accomplishments of both Condi and Hillary as Secretary of State, it's easy to see who actually has real ones. Mail Online discussed this and shows an interview with Jen Psaki. She discusses Hillary's accomplishments as Secretary of State on video, and you can judge for yourself.

Even more interesting is the Capitol City Project interview where even Hillary is thrown at a loss as to her accomplishments. But never fear Hillary lovers; she has won more awards than practically any other human being on the planet. The only award she is currently striving for is "Best Dressed Woman in a Polyester Suit Award."

When it comes to Condi's accomplishments, even Slate's Fred Kaplan had to concede to her. Of course, he couldn't do it without attacking George W. Bush, but that's to be expected of a Marxist loving propaganda machine like Slate.

So the truth is evident about Rutgers and their cowardice. The university administration didn't cancel Dr. Rice's appearance, she cancelled herself. She said, "Commencement should be a time of joyous celebraton for the graduates and their families. Rutgers' invitation to me to speak has become a distraction for the university community at this very special time."

Condoleezza Rice isn't a special kind of person because she opened nuclear negotiations with North Korea, or because she crafted the terms of the UN resolution to investigate war crimes in Sudan, among many other accomplishments.

No, Dr. Rice is special because she has more class than all of the leftists at Rutgers combined. And she has more class than the Rutgers administration, who did nothing to change the outcome.

Undoubtedly, it is Rutgers' loss, but they're too clueless to know that.