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Jan 17 2013

The Schools and the Media

How did left-wing radical fruitcakes like the Taxman in Chief take control of America and steer it on a course that history has repeatedly proven leads to disaster? True moonbats have always been a small percentage of the population. But even if their ideology is communist crazy, their strategy is sound. They took over the schools and the media. From there destroying America has been child’s play. Class is in session at Joe Dan Gorman’s Frogleg University:

10 Responses to “The Schools and the Media”

  1. […] Dave at Moonbattery: How did left-wing radical fruitcakes like the Taxman in Chief take control of America and steer […]

  2. Bloodless Coup says:

    If Obama really wants to keep innocent children from being killed why doesn’t he sign a couple dozen Executive Orders defunding Planned (Pre-meditated) Parenthood (murder) and ABORTION?

  3. Ummah Gummah says:

    IslandLifer says:
    January 17, 2013 at 6:29 pm
    Speaking of schools….

    They need to explain that to the white students who were passed over by Princeton in favor of “wise latina” Sotomayor, who is clearly not qualified to be on SCOTUS.

    Savage had soundclips of her explaining that the cafeteria lady of her high school expressed surprise that she was accepted into Princeton over several better-qualified students.

    The consequences of this affect everyone now.

    A Lesser Candidate has made it to the Supreme Court.

    And there are legions of other, lesser-qualified people who occupy decision-making posts which others, who were better by virtue of nothing but their qualification, were passed over for.


  4. Ummah Gummah says:


    Here’s Sotomayor telling the story herself:

    CBS News — In her first broadcast interview, Justice Sonia Sotomayor tells Scott Pelley how affirmative action affected her life leading up to her appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. Pelley’s profile of the Supreme Court’s first Hispanic justice will be broadcast on 60 Minutes Sunday, Jan. 13 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.

    Sotomayor says that the affirmative action in the U.S. today is different than when she was in school and would not discuss the affirmative action case currently before the court. “But I do know that, for me, it was a door-opener that changed the course of my life,” she tells Pelley.

    Affirmative action played a role in her admittance to Princeton, she recalls, and she remembers it drawing the scrutiny of an adult at her Catholic school in the Bronx. “The first day I received in high school a card from Princeton telling me that it was possible that I was going to get in, I was stopped by the school nurse and asked why I was sent a possible and the number one and the number two in the class were not,” she recalls. “Now I didn’t know about affirmative action. But from the tone of her question I understood that she thought there was something wrong with them looking at me and not looking at those other two students,” says Sotomayor. The same is true today she says. “You can’t be a minority in this society without having someone express disapproval about affirmative action.”

    Amazing, the incredulity she expressed that someone may actually express disapproval of un unqualified individual being given a spot at the expense of several others who were better qualified.

    Now that an Affirmative Action judge is on SCOTUS, we can hardly be surprised that the quality of the judgements are, well.. impaired.

    Add to the mix a compromised Judge Roberts and you have a disaster.

    As we found out.


  5. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Only a moronic lib would be proud of the fact that a government program discriminated against others so that her career could be launched based on something archaic such as the color of her skin.
    At least she admits to her INFERIOR qualifications.
    But as the (great) leftist thinker William Galston recently exclaimed:
    We can be a nation of takers, as long as producers agree to “give” (to the bureaucrat with a gun pointed to his head).

  6. Mr Evilwrench says:

    Ghost: From each according to his ability, to each according to his need, only with more words.

  7. Lash LaRue says:

    I dig these froglegs – Conservative Brain Candy and IMHO absolute genius …

    I have never seen so many ‘random, but classic media events’ intertwined to make such well-rationed points. Rock on!

    I think he’s gonna need a bigger audience.

  8. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    From each according to his ability, to each according to his need, only with more words.

    Mr Evilwrench
    And now approved by the most powerful court in the land

  9. JNN says:

    We need to fumigate the schools and DC. Please people, stop voting for mushy compromiers. They are just as guilty as the subversives.

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