On Thursday morning, Columbia College students Jordana Narin CC ’17 and Ankeet Ball CC ’16 took part in a “youth summit” (CNBC’s name, not Bwog’s) on The Kudlow Report.
Kudlow brought in the two Democrats, along with two Republican students from Boston U. and Harper College, to discuss the effect of Obamacare on the president’s popularity with the younger generation. Jordana and Ankeet, we salute you!
@Alum Your concept of “great” must be on the same standard as the grade inflation from which you so thoroughly benefit. Congratulations on your grammar, though!
@Anonymous I mean maybe democrats would be more respected if they ever actually answered a question.
@Anonymous Charlie Kirk looks like a major d’bag.
@PC The preferred PC term is “Republican”
@Anonymous Jordana’s pretty hot
@Alum As an alum, this is simply embarrassing.
@Student As a student, I know how to use proper grammar. I also think they did great given the pressure.
@The other students were under the same pressure
@anon it should be noted that both students from CU were given less than four hours to prepare, and the show itself is billed as conservative and therefore an uphill battle anyway. good job jordana, ankeet!
@Anonymous Good job Jordana!!
@Wow It’s great to see that students from Boston University and Harper College are significantly more impressive than those at our prestigious Columbia University…
@Anonymous haters gonna hate
@or... you know, Republican ideology is predicated more around easily repeatable talking points that require memorization and regurgitation as opposed to critical thinking. That, and they seemed to pick two random members of Dems instead of, say, Sejal.
@Dan But, that’s not an argument. The republican students made very clear, concise, and accurate points as to why younger people would start to see obama in a different light.
Can Sejal debate the Libertarians? Probably not.
@Anonymous go home Jews