At least they didn't vandalize the sign
Combine that with my favorite saying, "If a tree falls in the forest and a digital journo is not there to cover it, it does not make a sound," and you will understand why I shake my head over the First Amendment issues that seem lost on student protestors.
Blood was spilled on the streets of Chicago
When Chicago police were beating the daylights out of Hippie/Yippie protestors at the Democratic Nation Convention in 1968 the bloodied youth started chanting, "The whole world is watching, the whole world is watching." And indeed it was.
Just as they were in the early 1960s when the Freedom Riders were being persecuted by southern mobs as good old boy police stood by and did nothing. But the images beamed back to middle class America awakened the silent majority thus giving "voice to the voiceless."
Indeed "The pen is mightier than the sword" -- especially now in the digital age -- but your ideas still need to hold up in the open marketplace provided by the mainstream media where they receive wider vetting.
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More than a majority of AC students are non white
Preaching to your already converted followers on Twitter or Facebook and holding closed-to-the-media events defeats the purpose of an "uprising."
Besides, if can't deal with criticism or the challenge of a debate then maybe your cause is not all that sustainable.
And here's the other "intentional parody" account, that has since been terminated:
The good news is the Lord Jeffs beat arch rival Williams and went undefeated for the season