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Pay attention, Mike Rowe puts this better than anyone I've ever seen before. You routinely attack conservatives and Republicans and throw around lies that we hate higher education. You claim that we have a problem with college education when on average people like myself in the Tea Party are better educated than the general population and certainly Democrats. You insinuate that you're better than a bunch of redneck, hicks who do think that you couldn't do for yourself if you wanted to because you lack the skills. As a conservative (not a Republican) who knows how to repair my own vehicles, who knows how fix my own plumbing, Who does his own electrical wiring, who fixes just about anything around my own home which I mostly built myself and who knows how to do carpentry work, knows how to weld and knows how to catch or kill my own food in a time of need I can honestly say that I don't hate education or anyone with a college diploma because I have one myself. What I hate are people who believe that I owe them something because they had a rough life or because their great great great grandfather was a slave. I hate people who look down on others because they do a job that they feel is beneath them while raising hell about their 99 weeks of unemployment benefits is running out.
Watch this video, I don't know Mike Rowe's political affiliation nor do I care. He makes a few points that a lot of people really need to hear and comprehend.
"Liberals are always talking about the value of a college education, when they fail to realize that for many majors, (generally the majors most leftists major in like art, philosophy, gender studies, basket weaving, protesting), there is absolutely no value."
The above is a
a) Liberal argument
b) Conservative argument
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