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What Does 'No War in Iran' Mean?
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Stanford University student Tristan Abbey challenges a mindless moonbat mantra:

The latest obsession of protesters at Stanford — or whatever we’re supposed to call the student group that roams around campus from demonstration to demonstration — is stopping the impending “war in Iran.” For them it’s a win-win scenario: If there’s no war, they get credit for stopping it; if there is a war, they warned us and we should listen to them next time. But there’s one question they can’t answer with any degree of precision: What’s a war?

Read the whole thing. Send it to your favorite misguided left-wing student. Also check out the comments at the Stanford Daily site.

Hang in there, Tristan. Your dissenting voice of diversity is needed!

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Education, Iran