(Video) A walk through a liberal time capsule

Posted by: Phineas on October 13, 2012 at 3:01 pm

**Posted by Phineas

Bill Whittle recently spoke at Oberlin College, one of the most liberal of liberal arts schools, where he says he had a great time. His hosts couldn’t been any nicer.

But he was struck by something else, too: he was in a progressive time capsule. At various moments in his visit to Oberlin, he saw shocking examples of the intolerance of the supposedly tolerant campus Left, especially for anything that disagreed with their false dogmas, which haven’t changed in 60 years.

Gotta love that open-mindedness that lets you say and think whatever you want, just so long as you say and think the right things.

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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3 Responses to “(Video) A walk through a liberal time capsule”


  1. “Normality is everybody thinking and doing the same thing!”
    “But what about individuality, Frank?”
    “Individuality’s fine…as long as we all do it together.”

    (From the TV show “M*A*S*H”)

  2. This is typical of the frustrations of the left whom the world has passed by in philosophical terms they do not even understand. Progressives do not progress. Instead they hate us for our recalcitrance to conform to their twisted, preconceived, and unspecified notions of that which constitutes an appropriate hate object. You know, the thought patterns of a jihadist.

  3. Zachriel says:

    Whittle: {Obama} has divided this country in a way it hasn’t been divided since the Civil War.

    Not even close. For instance, Martin Luther King led a Civil Rights Movement that divided America far more than America’s current divisions.