Wednesday, July 18, 2007

George's Groupie's

It's a sad state of affairs, when kids, who are supposedly benefiting from higher education, aren't able to offer anything more than a parroting of Dubya's words. No critical thinking, no analysis, just repeat anything that Bush has said.

You would think that by now, they would have gained a little clarity. I presume if you never venture outside of your comfort zone as it relates to media intake, personal friends and family, you only hear one view. So sad that so many seem to think that's the right thing to do.

I'm sorry that Blumenthal didn't ask deeper questions, but then again, I'm not sure these kids would have changed a word that they said.

6 comments:

Red Tory said...

Thanks for my daily creep-out.

Watching that video was maddening. At least I found it to be so.

knb said...

Sorry RT. I didn't mean to start your day on a sour note, ;).

Anonymous said...

HI:

Sorry people i will not be able to answer answer your articles for at least 2 weeks i'll be on vacation
so nice summer to all and have fun=)


John

Red Tory said...

Oh, what a sorry loss that will be.

Penny said...

My redneck brother-in-law in Alabama must of bin reading from the same bible - or whatever the expression is.

He's 59 and a big supporter of war, any war, so when I asked him why he hadn't served in VietNam he said something about his (first) wife having a "nervous breakdown."

Talking to him, though, you'd think he had a closet full of medals from over there.

knb said...

Penny, the world is full of people living vicariously. Sad isn't it?