Why force us to subsidize other people’s parties?

October 2, 2016

college-experienceIf you live near a college campus—especially if you have occasion to drive by at midnight on a weekend—it’s clear that there’s a lot of eating out, a lot of drinking, and a lot of whatever else goes along with those things. There is no good reason to force us to subsidize this.

I’m not saying eating or drinking or even fornicating should be against the law; I just don’t want to be forced to support it. I don’t want to spend the first third of every year working so that these kids don’t have to. Spare me the sob stories—the modern “college” experience is a ridiculous enterprise, and it’s ridiculous to make us pay for it.

 

See also: “A Searing Indictment of the Modern College¬†Experience”

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3 Responses to “Why force us to subsidize other people’s parties?”

  1. Will S. Says:

    Reblogged this on Patriactionary and commented:
    Agreed.

    The point, of course, is (a) to create cushy, easy jobs for academics and bureaucrats, and (b) to indoctrinate impressionable young minds against traditionalism and in favour of The System, to which end subversive content in lectures, leftist college activism groups like Black Lives Matter, and hedonism in general, all work.


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