So you are saying that a list of degrees offered is much more convincing for evidence of degrees than a link straight to the Politics degree itself from Aberdeen?<quoted text>
Here's a real lik:
University of Florida
100+ degrees offered:
Is that what you are honestly saying?
But, hey, look!:
The mission of the undergraduate major in Political Science is to educate students who are interested in politics into politically literate citizens capable of understanding governments and political processes in the U.S. and abroad, as well as the interactions among governments. The undergraduate major is intended to develop students' frames of reference and their critical and analytical skills in order to help them understand the political world.
There are currently about 1,400 undergraduate Political Science majors at the University of Florida. Every year 75-100 students participate in our internship program with local, state, and federal agencies and legislative offices. In addition, UF offers a variety of study abroad programs through the International Center. Students may join Pi Sigma Alpha, a Political Science honor society which publishes a newsletter and provides undergraduates with opportunities to serve the community, attend social events, and promote political awareness around campus. Another way to participate in department life is to write for the UF International Review, a student-run quarterly journal of international affairs.
We're on a role, manchild! Three different universities that all give out Politics degrees. Let's sweep this under the carpet too.
Barefoot, you just linked me to two universities that issue Politics degrees. Thank you very, very much for shooting yourself in the foot.<quoted text>It isn't up to me to prove your assertions, you silly twit.
Threatening the president has potential for felony charges - did you not read that? She was being monitored by the Secret Service - did you not read that?<quoted text>Wasn't arrested, SuperFAG.
You should have asked yourself this question:
Who in the hell is "The Inquisitr" and how come no one else reported her being arrested?
You keep clinging to the "arrested" angle; it matters not. The fact that we have two people now who have at the worst lost their jobs does not exactly say much about your freedom of speech being any better than ours.
Your freedom of speech, like ours, has consequences.
The only way that ours is any more "severe" than yours is because Britain is much more sensitive to racism and extremeism and does not pander to uneducated mobs of rednecks who still think America is in the Civil War.
Speaking of checking sources, when are you going to show me the source you got the Macmillan quote from if it was not from Wikipedia?<quoted text>
I say you are a real dope to crawl out on yet another limb, SuperFAG, and not check your sources.
WHAT A DOPE!