Skip to comments.Professor Who Vandalized Pro-Life Display Against Abortion Defends Actions
Posted on 04/15/2006 5:17:19 PM PDT by rhema
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He said he was at some event and the ugliest woman he had ever seen was holding up a sign....STAY OUT OF MY WOMB
Papa Bush said to the woman......NO WORRIES!
If not already seen...the good prof. is now getting at least her
15 minutes, thank to M. Malkin:
On the contrary -- only someone who HAS absorbed some of the garbage taught in our universities like subjectivism and relativism can ignore concepts like consistency and fairness and justice in favor of doctrines that give some people rights and not others. People like this Nazi witch really believe they have rights but not those who oppose her because she is right and they are wrong.
What IS surprising is that she is so blatant about it -- and in an area (Cincinnati suburb in Northern Kentucky) that is not as wacked-out as towns like Ithaca or Berzerkely or even Ann Arbor.
Proving once again you dont have to be smart to get a PHD.
Many of them fill our colleges with their ignorance.
what a self-centered bitch.
no... wait: that demeans female dogs too badly...
what a self-centered Donk.
yeah, that fits.
Like many a Leftist, this one believes free-speech exists only for her and her ilk, the Party Faithful.
She's easy to read: so full of self-hatred that she has to turn it outward to keep from killing herself.
You ever notice that the most ardent baby killers are the ones that look least likely to be impregnated?
so you'd think, but... I've seen a whopping plenty of ten-bagger not-even-with-a-rental-johnson proven baby-factories, more than enough to make me suspect that for every level of female ugliness, there is a sufficient degree of male blindness.
The ACLU will be right in there defending their "right" to vandalize other's property.
Huh? So I could smash in the windshield of that fat cow's car and I would merely be exercising my "right to free speech"? I don't think so.
Sally Jacobsen on right at "Women's Study" reception.
Nope, sorry, destruction of other peoples' property is not protected under the First Amendment. If you take that argument to its logical end, nobody would have any property rights at all. If you take it to the extreme end and consider the body itself to be property of the individual, than battery and assault would have to be decriminalized.
Let's do an experiment: The next time you want to get home in a hurry, mash the gas pedal. When the cop busts you for going 110 in a 25 zone, just say it's your freedom of expression to drive as fast as you want. Somehow I am betting you still get the ticket.
That'll teach her the difference between speech and destruction. Hell toss a conspiracy to commit charge in there as well just to add some more jail time.
Now there's a real queen if ever I saw one.
This reminds me of people who took flags off of flagpoles a few years ago and burned them, then argued that it was their first amendment right to burn the American flag.
I might be persuaded to listen to their argument if they were talking about burning THEIR OWN flag, and not stealing somebody else's (or the public's) flag and burning it.
This professor had every right to set up her own display, even make it identical to the pro-life display, and then destroy that. Or she could make a counter display. But she has no right to destroy somebody else's display.
What a bunch of cowards! They never abort themselves, only defenseless infants. I guess they felt safe in that a cross can't defend itself and won't complain!
I noticed that the article said she is British, so after we follow your coarse of action, then we deport her.
Why do libs feel free to do this sort of thing? Due to my "W is my President" bumper sticker, I get anti-Bush notes on my car every so often (including 3 in one hour last week). That's why the sticker is taped inside the back window instead of on the bumper where they could pull it off.
So it is "freedom of speech" to deny others their freedom of speech. Typical Orwellian double-think. Censorship double-plus good!
No way! Really? LOL.
I find those signs really icky.
That really is one of the all time great bumper stickers, isn't it? Indisputably true.
Because first and foremost, radical feminism is a movement of ugly women -- their rage towards men is based primarily on their inability to get a date.
About 15 years ago a very unattractive journalist in a South American country (I think it was Uruguay) publicly accused the country's president of sexually harassing her. (Making a pass at her). He told her (in front of news cameras I think), "I would never make a pass at you. You're ugly."
I remember a couple of years ago, a chemistry professor (yes, CHEMISTRY!), was swiping the free univ. conservative newsletters in a bin out in the hall that were dismantling the whole global warming bit. She was busted because she was caught on tape! Anyone have that link of when it was posted on FR? Effin' Priceless!
No, but, if her rules hold, they should allow you to remove any bumper or window sticker thereon that you find offensive -- with whatever destructive force you choose to apply... '-)
Shouldnt that be "womyn's"? :)
Unbelievable. What did the notes say????
You can't make this stuff up. Good grief.
Thanx for the ping but I've seen this sort of 'liberal tolerance' too often. What a sad and pathetic human being she must be that must defend such a heinous behavior as hiring a hit on your unborn alive child in order to feel more alive.
But see, it's ok when they do it, because they are in the right, they are on the side of good (in their minds). Us pro-lifers are evil and uncaring and we are the bad guys, so it's ok that we don't get the same rights, we don't deserve them.
which reminds me... I need to go to http://www.orderoftheserpent.com and see just what exactly that "AXE Snake-Peel" commercial is all about
And if the owners of the sign had been young enough, Dr. Jacobsen's privacy rights might have allowed her to kill them, too.
4/14/06 @ 4:13 PM EST
While I in no way agree with abridging someone's right to free expression, I believe making a religious statement on the grounds of a public university is despicable. Why can't these uppity do-gooders keep their opinions to themselves. Abortion is a touchy subject, but so is invasion of privacy. KEEP YOUR GOD OUT OF MY CAMPUS
Amazing, isn't it? What hypocrisy!
Using this logic would mean if we painted a Nazi Swastika on her house and defended this as a free speech right and protected, she would be okay with it? The woman is just a hate filled shrew.
Hey thanks for the data. Yeah it really is scary. They are just like the Islamofacists. How do you argue with someone who thinks you're the devil and they are on the side of the angels?
I hate it when a perfectly good nasty comment gets tromped by reality. Realistically, though, she's the exception, not the norm.
Take her coat and pee all over it?
Of course if it is fur that is a given.
Never forget, the Fascists were the National Socialists.
This is supposedly her ultimate justification for her actions. As if the agonizing is going to end now that she went ballistic and tore up a pro-life display. Talk about a logical disconnect!
axe site... lamer than expected. why are they wasting money on those commercials?
dang, my bad: Order of the SerpentINE
hold on a minute...
yeah, ok - that looks like it might be crudely amusing in a lowbrow kinda way
To the left, free speech means they can say or do anything and the opposition can say and do nothing. That is their version of free speech.
Last week's notes - one was a big handmade sticky note "I'm with Stupid" with arrow pointing to my "W is My President" bumper sticker. The others were an Impeach Bush and Cheney card, and an actual inpeachment sticker literally stuck on my car window! They must seethe with hatred all the time.
She has Hillary's cankles.
You'd better drink an extra case of beer if you want to pee all over a coat that would fit that pig.
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