Emboldened UC-Davis students protest ...

Emboldened UC-Davis students protest tuition hike

There are 3 comments on the The Washington Post story from Nov 28, 2011, titled Emboldened UC-Davis students protest tuition hike. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Linda Noveroske, a graduate student at the University of California at Davis, discusses a sidewalk drawing with art students during a "teach-in" class in front of the Occupy UC Davis encampment.

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Sun dried chips

Tracy, CA

#2 Dec 4, 2011
I think the UC system should expel the kids they can identify in this video and make room for kids who have respect for our society.

http://www.youtube.com/embed/hhPdH3wE0_Y

What is wrong with society when children can act this way and we applaud them and throw down those who act in the capacity to maintain control. The UC chancellor should resign, not for the use of pepper spray, but her prejudgment before the facts in suspending the police chief. Extremely poor judgment and should not run an institution of higher learning.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#3 Dec 4, 2011
Sun dried chips.

So, in order to make a long story short, as long as the cops "give fair warning", to the children to abandon any silly notion they might have of expressing their constitutional right of peaceful protest for the purpose of having their longstanding grievances redressed, I take it you believe it is perfectly allright for revolutionary Government to invoke revolutionary law and order their taxpayer funded heavily armed cops to attack little children - most of whom are little White children - now that the revolutionaries are in control of the cops?

How different from the days of the revolution, the revolution that brought the current self-serving revolutionary ruling class to power. At that time, self-serving drug crazed revolutionaries *(now in power)* attacked hard working worker *("middle")* class cops who were putting their lives on the line by standing up for America. Corrupt pre 60s revolution politicians stabbed the American law abiding element in their backs by meekly turning the public Treasury and all Governmental ruling authority and power to the drug crazed revolutionaries this, despite the fact that they had engaged in a more than 10 year violent war against America and the hated law abiding Americans,and particularly against the hard working taxpaying minority.

Of course the revolutionaries also delighted in openly preforming perverted sex acts in public places, including in Lincoln park after the hours of 10:00 P.M. without any regard of abiding with park curfew hours. Perhaps today's decent "uptight" generation should abandon their prudishness and do the low-down.

Of course - on the other hand - a better course might be for the minority of Californians who pay taxes to take destiny in their own hands and shut down the wastefully expensive taxpayer subsidized California Government university system. Since the disingenuous self-serving "double talking" revolutionaries seized control of academia, this entrenched taxpayer hating institution has more and more been used to indoctrinate little children in political correctness at the expense of their education in order to further the objectives of the revolution. What do you think, Sun dried chips?

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Ronald

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Lakeland, Florida, USA, Earth!

#4 Dec 4, 2011
Sun dried chips wrote:
I think the UC system should expel the kids they can identify in this video and make room for kids who have respect for our society.
http://www.youtube.com/embed/hhPdH3wE0_Y
What is wrong with society when children can act this way and we applaud them and throw down those who act in the capacity to maintain control. The UC chancellor should resign, not for the use of pepper spray, but her prejudgment before the facts in suspending the police chief. Extremely poor judgment and should not run an institution of higher learning.
I also believe the children should be respectful & peaceful when they protest, but people have a wrong view of students who complain about things like excessive tuition and the like...

People criticise students who borrow as wanting a free handout. Oh, really?--> We are all paying back sometimes 2 to 5 times what we signed for originally. Its disgusting. We have paid things back, while other people (generally rich bankers and irresponsible business execs making millions) received bail outs and hand outs for being irresponsible. It's a joke.

I don't want a free handout ( re-read my shot 149-word petition if you doubt: http://wh.gov/jU8 )-- but there are such things as 'unjust laws,' and I am asking that my petition get signed so that my requests to change these unjust laws may get a fair hearing.

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