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May 3, 2014

Rutgers loses only copy of Consitution. Allows Muslims to rule.

Good for you Condi. No need for you to speak at a school that apparently forgot about freedom of speech. No, not the freedom of speech of the ten or so Muslim students or sickening liberal professors, but the rights of all the other kids at that "school," the ones that understand Ms. Rice is an historic figure. This is the same school that had Snooki...yes, Snooki, D-T-F drunken little skank Snooki give the commencement speech. Shame on you Rutgers. What Rutgers also fails to remember is Muslim students, be them citizens or not, need to understand that while they have the right to express their opinions (although foreigners doing that is a slippery slope), they do not, read do not have the right to violate the rights of the rest of the student body. Nor do the professors, who use college campuses to indoctrinate college kids into their own political fold rather than teaching these kids how to open their minds, expand their horizons, and think for themselves. The problem is, if they dare open their minds, the liberals fill them with nonsense. Shame on you Rutgers professors. The State University of New Jersey...the one that lost their only copy of the US Constitution. The one that pays more creedence to Muslims in their hijabs than the large majority of the school. You're in Jersey, not Riyadh. Maybe they should watch more Star Trek so they could hear Spock say "the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."

When the hell is failure an option?

I hate that expression! When is failure really an option? Uttering this oxymoron just makes people look stupid. It points out they have nothing else to say except some ridiculous platitude that means nothing. We should call it "comment number 2," that way people could get it in without the rest of us having to hear it. This is almost as stupid as "it is what it is," or "it's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when." Let's call those comments number 1 and 3. Failure is not an sh--.

This is what's wrong with our immigration system
I wrote this in 2014. Seems to still be applicable. This is what's wrong with our country. They government goes to the great length to change the law to make this guy eleigible to practice law, when what they should really do is help him become a citizen! Whatever happened to that? He's obviously been in the country for years and years, yet he decided to skip that part. He could have filed for a student visa and then a green card, then took the tests to become a citizen as opposed to take the classes to become an ambulance chaser. We don't need more lawyers, but we need legal citizens that exercise their legal rights, not ones that help change the constitution. Do the right thing. Become a citizen. You've been here for 15-20 years...what are you waiting for?