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Liberals Thinks Scott Walker Is Too Dumb To Be President

Who the hell really cares what Scott Walker thinks about Charles Darwin?

A bunch of self-obsessed, elitist liberals. That’s who.

Scott Walker decided to “punt” on a reporter’s question about evolution, and now the American Left has turned Walker’s sidestepping into outright opposition to evolution–which all, somehow, has to do with his so-called mysterious dropping out of college.

First came the Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold. He wrote an article, saying “As Scott Walker mulls White House bid, questions linger over college exit.”

Here’s Fahrenthold’s main beef:

He is known for an astounding political hot streak: Since 1993, he has run 11 races for state legislature, county executive and governor — including a highly unusual recall election in 2012 — and he has won them all.

But before that streak came a string of defeats — the campus election, his failure to finish college and his first campaign for state office.

Fahrenthold counts Walker not graduating college a “failure,” in the same breath that he noted all of the Wisconsin governor’s major success.

This kind of intellectual inconsistency was on full display this morning when Howard Dean intimated that Scott Walker may not have the mental chops to be U.S. president.

“This is a particular problem from Scott Walker which has not been an issue yet, but will,” said Howard Dean on Morning Joe. “Scott Walker, were he to become president, would be the first president in many generations who did not have a college degree. The issue is not dancing around on evolution for political reasons. The issue is, how well educated is this guy?”

“I think there are going to be a lot of people who worry about . . .” Dean said.

“Do you worry about people who don’t finish college?” Joe Scarborough asked sarcastically.

This is typical from Dean and the mindless liberal drones he represents. It’s the assumption that people who don’t obtain a college degree are losers that’s most insulting here.

Beyond it being a denigrating standard, assuming the one must get a college degree in order to add value to American society is a ridiculous assumption.

The list of successful Americans who didn’t obtain a college degree-many of whom didn’t even attend college at all–is extensive and growing all the time.

Furthermore, I don’t remember Howard Dean or any other liberal hack making this big a fuss about Barack Obama’s mysterious and extensive college years.

From the Free Beacon:

For Obama, an in-depth investigation into his mysterious college years never came, as the Wall Street Journal noted less than a month before he was elected president in 2008.

The Columbia years are a hole in the sprawling Obama hagiography. In his two published memoirs, the 47-year-old Democratic nominee barely mentions his experience there. He refuses to answer questions about Columbia and New York—which, in this media age, serves only to raise more of them. Why not release his Columbia transcript? Why has his senior essay gone missing?

Unlike Walker, who was well known at Marquette and had a group of friends, Obama was a ghost at Columbia. More than 400 classmates of Obama were contacted during the 2008 election, and not one said they remembered him.

If liberals want to play this college game in 2016, it may end up blowing back on Hillary Clinton–her senior thesis was on the tactics of known socialist community agitator Saul Alinsky–far more than it would on Scott Walker.


Jerome Hudson

Managing Editor

Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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