President Obama was bound to receive a warm response from the audience attending his speech at the University of Central Missouri yesterday — because some students who disagreed with him weren’t allowed into the building.The "post-racial president" is the president of everyone, regardless of party affiliation, including those smart enough to disagree with him.
Christopher White of The College Fix reports that students wearing “Tea Party T-Shirts and others who wore patriotic or Republican-inspired clothing” were turned away at the door under the guise of security concerns, despite the fact that they held tickets to the event.
I’d like to offer a helpful tip to all College Republicans who hope to attend an Obama speech in the future: Odds of admission improve if you wear a Che Guevara t-shirt, an “I Heart Kim Jong Un” campaign button, and/or a ballcap displaying the slogan “Obama Girl” prominently above the brim.
The idea of keeping our political opponents from the other side merely because they may not agree with your obviously self-imposed fantasy world is cowardice of the highest order... not unlike that of our local congresswoman, come to think of it.
You won, Barry. No need to be a scummy low-life about it.