UC Irvine Students Ban Flag?

California has finally gone ’round the bend. Students at UC Irvine have voted to ban the American flag, according to Todd Starnes at Fox News.

Students at the University of California, Irvine have voted to make their school a more “culturally inclusive” place by banning the American flag.

What they really did was ban all nationalistic symbols from their student government space, according to the actual legislation.  Here’s the meat of it:

Let it further be resolved that no flag, of any nation, may be hanged on the walls of the Associate Student main lobby space.

Literally, not figuratively, it bans all flags from the “Associate Student main lobby space”.

Luckily for us, the Fox News comment droppers won’t be bothered with that fact, here’s some samples, we’ll lead off with xenophobia:

Money talks though, right?

Yes those taxes we levy on publicly owned institutions…

Then there’s this

A bit of hope for humanity in a response, but, that’s not gonna last.

Guy who was talking about UC Irvine’s tax bill is back again.


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  1. Wanted you folks to know I made it over here to check you out! I’ll be sure to follow you on facebook and twitter. Keep the faith and keep in touch! Blue Gal, The Professional Left Podast

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