What the heck! Look, it’s simple, you don’t want to see the movie, don’t go… Well maybe that’s a stretch for Liberals to understand, but you do have the free will not to attend. Lots of things make me uncomfortable, but I don’t protest to ban them, I just exercise my right not to attend or watch or purchase said item. Simple… Yet liberals feel a need to force there “feelings” upon the rest of us. As for the student who felt it would send the wrong message about there faith or nationality, to damn bad, this is America, freedom of speech is protected in this country. As for U of M canceling the viewing, shame on you, you are suppose to be a place of higher learning, as for them un-canceling the viewing, bully for you, but you should still hang your head low for even considering canceling the movie. Allowing a few to dictate and override the constitution is a sad commentary on the current state of our houses of higher learning. U of M should be a place where people should feel free to discuss issues, not one where we feel pressured to conform. But then again, Liberals have stolen our institutions of higher learning and turned them into a Liberal brainwashing institution. One where only liberal thoughts are allowed, so much for open discussions.
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The university had cancelled the planned showing of the Iraq War movie after students, mostly Muslim and/or Arab, complained about it. The movie had been planned to be shown on Friday night at a social event for students.
That set off a firestorm of criticism – including from U-M football coach Jim Harbaugh, who tweeted: “Michigan Football will watch “American Sniper”! Proud of Chris Kyle & Proud to be an American & if that offends anybody then so be it!”