Saturday, April 16, 2016

Kasich hit with Campus Outrage after giving female college student afraid of sexual assault common sense advice,


Kasich is learning that common sense and Liberalism don’t mix under any circumstances. 
But, college students today are the most coddled and inept in the history of the country.  They can’t hack the real world without their parents protecting them from all dangers.
Daily Mail reports John Kasich prompted a firestorm of outrage after he told a female college student worried about sexual violence not to 'go to parties where there's a lot of alcohol'.

A first-year student at St Lawrence University asked the Ohio governor what policies he would implement to help her 'feel safer and more secure regarding sexual violence, harassment and rape' at the Watertown, New York town hall event on Friday.  
The Ohio governor discussed the need for readily accessible rape testing kits, but ended his response with a piece of advice that many thought placed the blame squarely on victims of sexual assault. 

When the college student shot back that she couldn't afford to avoid the subject, Kasich made his inflammatory comment, saying: 'Well, I would give you - I’d also give you one bit of advice. Don’t go to parties where there’s a lot of alcohol.'

Members in the audience responded with applause, but critics were quick to take to social media to blast Kasich, who is seen as the moderate candidate against his Republican opponents Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.
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What today’s generation of brain dead students has to learn is there is no such thing as life devoid of fear and uncertainty.  That’s life!  In addition, it’s a good thing to feel fear.  That’s how one learns to access a situation and come to a conclusion.  Do I stay in this situation before it gets worse, or do I remove myself from it?  That’s learning how to deal.  That’s being self responsible.  But these college students want to feel safe all the time and that’s totally unrealistic.  They need to grow up because they’re still children!