The story is outrageous on its own, but it’s a clear sign of just how much our education system has deteriorated.
Pundit Press reports that Towson University won the 2014 Cross Examination Debate Association’s national championship in March when it defeated the University of Oklahoma. Their strategy is not one I would recommend, and trust me, it would have cost me any debate I participated in. According to Pundit Press, the winning team used the “N-word” over and over again in an incomprehensible tirade.
You read that right — the winning team.
Here’s a partial transcript, provided by Pundit Press. See if you can figure out what the debate topic is:
They say the n*****s always already qu***, that’s exactly the point! It means the impact is that the that the is the impact term, uh, to the afraid, uh, the, that it is a case term to the affirmative because, we, uh, we’re saying that qu*** bodies are not able to survive the necessarily means of the body. Uh, uh, the n***** is not able to survive.
Here’s another excerpt:
Uh, man’s sole “jabringing” object disfigure religion trauma and nubs, uh, the, inside the trauma of representation that turns into the black child devouring and identifying with the stories and into the white culture brought up, uh, de de de de de, dink, and add subjectively like a white man, the black man!
When the n*****, uh, sees these pains and suffering that he can only, uh, envision himself that he, uh, does not see another n***** that he, uh, can feel sympathy for or embrace, but rather, uh, that, a-bluh, that that otherness gets obliterated.
Still can’t figure it out?
Believe it or not, they were debating the War Powers Resolution…
Here’s video of the entire debate, if you can stomach it:
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