Why you don't see Hamas mobs on campuses in Idaho and Utah

Maybe the big donors who fund terrorist sympathizers on campus can't find Idaho. I glanced at a television screen showing a map of the United States, with dots on each state where the Hamas network has a foothold on a university campus. Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Nevada are currently free of campus clowns. A local Republican activist told me we haven't seen many professional agitators on campuses, and with summer vacation approaching, that won't be the case any time soon.

There is a second reason. There are not so many empty heads among our boys. Most didn't grow up as spoiled children of limousine liberals. Instead, we go to college to learn.

With the hope of one day having a good living and not being a pimple in the social system.

Still, we have our fair share of whining snowflakes, as evidenced last year when a popular burger joint opened in the Treasure Valley. The little dissatisfied people blocked some customers from entering. If I'm late for dinner, especially after a long wait, I probably won't get my support.

As even Bill Maher noted, blocking roads doesn't win you followers. The idiots may not realize it, but some people need to get a job or pick up kids at daycare. They don't have au pairs to represent mom and dad.

Many of the miserable little ones who are currently fighting, burning and breaking windows may come to regret their flirtation with evil. If not, they will move to faculties within a few years.

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