Sunday, October 24, 2010

Whites without college have more sense than college graduates

I can't link to this article without registering--don't you hate it when that happens?  So it's in the latest National Review, called Rust Belt Revival — by Duncan Currie, and its all about whites without college; working class whites, who are apparently disenchanted with Obama.

They seem to have more wisdom than college graduates, in that they believe the evidence of their own eyes.  The college educated, on the other hand, pay upwards of $100,000 for four years in which all wisdom, knowledge and common sense are methodically subtracted from their minds.

And mind you, generally it takes five years, maybe six, to get a four-year education.  Graduate school, like batteries, is not included in this six-years.  After graduate school, the student it lucky if he retains his toilet training..

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