Monday, December 02, 2013 2:05 PM
Gary, one of my grand daughters graduated from UNC Chapel Hill. I get an ear full from here every time she's with us because she has been brainwashed by just so many professors she had classes with. I mean, let's be honest here, Gary. Any professor at UNC that talked about the virtues of fiscal restraint and people being responsible for themselves and less government involvement in people's lives and how all voters in our state should provide an ID to prove they're registered to vote and so forth would be ridiculed and rejected by the vast majority of his/her peers there. It's expected in just so many universities today for the professors and the administration officials to be leftwing. You can provide me with exceptions to that, but anyone with half a brain won't buy it as proving that what I've said isn't true.
You obviously didn't attend any university/college. If you did, you wouldn't have made the following mistake in English: "Which would be a modern reprise of the Speaker Ban Law. Which will damage the reputation of North Carolina’s universities. Which will discourage bright, entrepreneurial people from coming to North Carolina."
Those are incorrect sentences. If you don't know why, ask one of your "progressive" professors.
I don't take issue with you saying McCrory should be more transparent. I think that would be a very good thing. He should explain why he is for less government expenditure and he should explain to the people in our state why the democrats that say he has reduced the education budget is incorrect. He should spend less time with photo ops at businesses that are now coming into our state and businesses already here that are expanding and put out more press releases about those good things for our state that the NC media sources can put out for everyone to read/hear.
Is McCrory doing everything correctly? Nope. I still support him. It's exactly like you, Mr. Pearce, who still supports Obama even though you know much of what he has done and is currently doing is wrong for America.
Get it? Good.