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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Social justice whiners -- the group we love to hate

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled Social Justice Whiners -- the Group we Love to Hate.

5 comments:

  1. "Xe had a panic attack and couldn't go to class for several days."

    And these are the bright young people who are going to save the world??

    God help us. God help us.

    No-- God helps those who help themselves. God helps those who have a panic attack, realize they're having a panic attack, take a few deep breaths, and get up and keep washing the dishes.

    We are doomed.

    Maybe we NEED the S to HTF. Only a world that has been too soft for too long could produce these pathetic oversized children.

    Excuse me. I need to go fall on my knees and thank God for my wonderful, perfect, human, dysfunctional parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles who gave me an upbringing that taught me that the world can't stop for a panic attack.

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  2. Patrice, you hit a home run!

    I worked next to Brown University in the 80's. They were a Communist's dream back then, kind of like an off-campus extension of the Columbia University.
    Montana Guy

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  3. Great article Patrice, and unfortunately, ever so truthful.....

    We live in an area where many of the younger people are still "somewhat" tied to agriculture. At least a portion of them have some idea of what "work" is. Still, bit by bit, the percentages of college students I have in class think - no - EXPECT to be able to tell their boss when THEY need to take vacation or take time off is growing. Their personal or "fun" time is becoming more important than working to pay the bills for the "fun stuff" that they are financing or have put on layaway.....Natokadn

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  4. America will continue its descent into degeneracy, debauchery, defilement, drugs, no accountability, deception, etc.. Confess, Repent, and seek the Lord's truth, verse by verse and by his mercy, grace, and strength alone, amen!

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  5. If my child in college started participating in this kind of ridiculousness, I would stop paying his/her university fees and living expenses. Reality would hit quite soon.

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