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Rick Santorum: Obama "Snob" for Advocating College Education




I thought this would be good for all the Republicans and Libertarians (closet Republicans) that troll BP. This is what your leaders think of education. And if you think the title is shocking, wait until you hear how Santorum is actually glorifying ignorance and the dumb azz people are clapping!!! Wow!

The truth is that Republicans and Libertarians loose their power (and appeal) when people are more educated. I mean the studies are out that prove that less educated people vote Republican

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Male, 41, Las Vegas, NV

Posted February 28, 2012


How'd you think Bush got elected/appointed.


DTwism
DTwism

Male, 35, New York, NY

Posted February 29, 2012


The drive to further Edu is within ones self it really doesn't have much to do with what party is represented via Dem or Rep!!


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Male, 33, Windsor Mill, MD

Posted March 06, 2012


I'm not trying to be a "snob" myself but, how are you writing articles with misspelled words too? "Lose" is the word that you a looking for. I'm really disturbed when people "write" for a "living" and manage to get that wrong. Here is a quick crash course, "its"(possession ) is different than it's (it is). To, too, and too are all different. Lose is not spelled loose and I could go on but I see it often on here. It's a shame, really ...






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