Monday, August 11, 2008

Collegiate Communism

Let me share a word of advice for anyone signing up for those "online" universities.

First off, tuition at these places are sky-high. They design it that way so they can slurp up the maximum amount of federal aid that can potentially be available to a student.

Second, their curriculum is required to be "certified" by the very same private, liberally oriented education organizations which dictate the curriculum of public schools. When you attend online universities, you'll be forced to swallow down all of the same liberal, communist agenda you'd be forced to swallow if you went to a cheaper state school.

Third, online universities sign up anybody who has money and can breathe. The ability to speak English fluently is not a consideration. When you try to professionally discuss subjects of scholarship in the online classes, you have to shovel your way through line upon line of anti-American rhetoric and communist keyboard masturbation espoused in bad English by foreign students.

I say all this because I made the mistake of signing up with an online university. This last week, to make my grade, I had to endure hour after hour of reading forum posts by people who openly defend bloodthirsty communist regimes like China, and who say that world government has the right to seize from Americans anything they want to solve some social situation somewhere else. After reading all of that, all I could see is red -- communist red.

I'm too far into the program to back out now, but believe me when I tell you I sorely regret not having gone with a state school. The communism is cheaper there.


Red S Tater said...

Bucky... that one is gonna leave a marx.
Great post, sorry 'bout the experience.

Bucky The Moon-Bat Slayer said...

Tater! Glad to see's been awhile.

mystere's moonbat slayer club said...


Too bad you didn't have a vampire picture to go with this post...It would have served a great purpose..."I drink your blood" would be a caption to go with it.

From the Moonbat Slayer Club:

"Mr. E"