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Monday, April 17, 2006

What A Compassionate, Fair-minded, Fat, Liberal Bitch She Is

Have you heard about this one? A feminist, a liberal feminist, one supposedly interested in freedom of speech and expression, has declared that vandalism is an appropriate way to speak out against people you disagree with.

Sally Jacobsen, a longtime professor in Northern Kentucky University's literature and language department, invited students in one of her classes to destroy an anti-abortion display on campus. As Jacobson herself said: "I did, outside of class during the break, invite students to express their freedom-of-speech rights to destroy the display if they wished to..." The class will next move on to the local cineplex and yell "fire" in all the theaters.

Look you dumb, dumb bitch: vandalism is not protected speech or expression.

Jacobson knows that of course. If you want proof - go slash her tires and slop some blood on her office door and see how long she clings to the "free speech" mantra. What she means by "freedom-of-speech rights" is her freedom of speech - the rest of us can just go to hell, including the group whose free speech she stifled with her rampaging mob.

How does she justify her actions? Said Jacobson: "Any violence perpetrated against that silly display was minor compared to how I felt when I saw it. Some of my students felt the same way, just outraged..." Notice that key liberal word: "felt." You see, feelings are the same as facts. "Feelings" = truth in the liberal mind. No dealing with "mean" and "uncompassionate" objective reality for them! No ma'am!

Unfortunately for Jacobson, objective reality is about to bite her in the ass. Rep. Paul Marcotte, R-Union, wrote that Sally Jacobsen, an English professor scheduled to retire in a few weeks, should be fired for her role last week in the destruction of an anti-abortion display on campus. The University is mulling the situation over while waiting for a police investigation to conclude. I hope she is prosecuted, so a nice objective judge can explain to her the difference between vandalism and free speech.

[Cross-posted on Holy Prick Faggot]

ht: Michelle Malkin

2 comments:

Shawmut 4/18/2006 09:24:00 AM  

Vandalism is often an accompanying element of a riot. Inciting a riot is still a crime, isn't it?
But then again, abortion is a political matter not to be weighed into in terms of law and order.
I guess it all became legit when the Reverend Fathers Berrigan in the Sixties spoke that kidnapping, even assasinating, officials would not be subject to prosecution when the focus was political.

Willwng 4/18/2006 03:13:00 PM  

The QC wrote:

Notice that key liberal word: "felt."

Indeed, but that word is much more a *female* word. And there, if you will, is the true key to liberalism. This view has been beautifully explicated over the years by Fred Reed, and if you've never read him, well, shame on you!

His columns are found at http://www.fredoneverything.net/FOE_Frame_Column.htm

I suggest #196, Golf And Feminism; #140, Women and Accountability; and #78, Dodgeball and Violence: "The leveling and psychotherapy go far beyond the usual effort to make boys act like girls. One encounters the same homogenizing drive in the classroom."

Steyn and Reed, they the men!

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