I would tell these brats to cry me a river, but, face it, they could cry a freaking ocean of butt hurt! Even in Utah
The Associated Students of the University of Utah passed a resolution on Tuesday that charged the school’s fight song with objectifying women, making non-males feel unsafe and promoting white privilege, according to The College Fix. The song should be changed to spare the feelings of those offended by the song, according to the resolution.
Criticized portions of the song include its title, “Utah Man,” and a line about Utah coeds being “the fairest.” Here is the full song:
I am a Utah man, sir, and I live across the green.
Our gang, it is the jolliest that you have ever seen.
Our coeds are the fairest and each one’s a shining star.
Our yell, you hear it ringing through the mountains near and far.
Who am I, sir? A Utah man am I A Utah man, sir, and will be till I die; Ki!Yi!
We’re up to snuff; we never bluff,
We’re game for any fuss,
No other gang of college men
dare meet us in the muss.
Corny? Yes, it is, after all a college song, but RAAAAACIST? SEXXXXXIST? Transphobic, whatever the Hell that is?
The song does not represent women, or the ambigendered, according to some.
Ambigendered? Good grief these miscreants are making up words as fast as they can.
“It did not represent me when I identified as a woman, and it does not represent me now as a genderqueer individual,” said Allison Boyer, a student representative, in a statement to The Daily Utah Chronicle.
Genderqueer? Someone get me a bottle of aspirin, Everyone wants to be the biggest victim now
And using the word “fairest” as a compliment is demeaning to dark-skinned minorities, some student representatives concluded.
Fairest simply means prettiest, most attractive, or whatever other terms you can use to define good looking. You know, I cannot help thinking that if these petulant little snots would spend half the time studying as they do whining, they would be much happier.
The Conservative Hideout offers up 44,000 examples of people registered in two states!
There is voter fraud and voter ID laws do NOT keep people away from the polls.
A crosscheck of voter rolls in Virginia and Maryland turned up 44,000 people registered in both states, a vote-integrity group reported Wednesday.
And that’s just the beginning.
“The Virginia Voters Alliance is investigating how to identify voters who are registered and vote in Virginia but live in the states that surround us,” Alliance President Reagan George told the State Board of Elections.
George acknowledged that the number of voters who actuallycast multiple ballots is relatively small. In the case of Maryland and Virginia, he revealed that 164 people voted in both states during the 2012 election.
But George said his group will expand their search forduplicate voters in the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Georgia.
Read the full story here.
Of course, Liberals will say that there were only 164 folks who voted twice and in different states, and out of the others ide of their mouths will come “every vote counts”. Hypocrites!
What they really want, of course is people control, but the new Georgia law is giving them major butt hurt instead
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed a wide-ranging gun bill into law Wednesday that has critics howling and proponents applauding.
House Bill 60, or the Safe Carry Protection Act of 2014 — which opponents have nicknamed the “guns everywhere bill” — specifies where Georgia residents can carry weapons. Included are provisions that allow residents who have concealed carry permits to take guns into some bars, churches, school zones, government buildings and certain parts of airports.
GeorgiaCarry, which lobbied for the bill, calls it “meaningful pro-gun legislation,” despite it being watered down from the group’s perspective. Still, the group has lauded the legislation, which will go into effect July 1. Americans for Responsible Solutions opposed the bill, calling it “extremism in action.”
“Extremism?”Gabby Giffords needs to pull her head out of her ARS and have it examined. Again.
The simple fact the matter is that despite all the howling from the anti-liberty left, this was a very moderate and logical bill, as even the Huffington Post admitted:
Here’s what the bill basically does: 1) It allows guns to be carried in places where liquor is served, which previously had been off-limits for guns; 2) It also allows guns to be carried in churches which, like restaurants and bars, were also off-limits for guns; 3) It further allows guns to be carried in certain non-secure areas of airports, which is really funny since Atlanta’s airport was ranked #1 nationally in the number of guns confiscated in 2013.
The law also makes some minor changes in the application process, a few new dos and don’ts when it comes to hunting and, what has become requisite in virtually every gun law passed since Sandy Hook, some language allegedly making it easier to pass information about mentally ill people to the Feds. But if you take the time to read the new law and go back and read the current law as well, you discover that most of these “historic” changes don’t really change things at all.
As Bob Owens points out, other states have very similar laws, and have had for a while now. But the anti-gun nuts got wind of this one and decided to try and make political hay out of it. For some of the clueless, over the top reaction check out these tweets from Piers Morgan and his band of morons. Most of whom have no clue about what the law says, or about guns period. They simply go on emotional auto-pilot whenever they hear the word gun.