Condoleezza Rice is getting my tuition funds back
Critical Race Theory and her anti-“feel-bad” stance for white kids
While everyone else is in an uproar about Condoleezza Rice’s stance against Critical Race Theory, I’m elated. If she truly believes that kids should not be taught anything that makes them “feel bad,” I’m about to be rolling in dough. As a matter of fact, I’ve already pulled up Navient’s Customer Service number so they can stop sending me those reminders about undergrad and grad school student loans. Condoleezza Rice’s views on Critical Race Theory (courtesy of “The View”) just indirectly assured me that my student loans should stop and I’m due a refund. Why? Because I definitely “felt bad” sometimes while I was in school.
Soft “feel bad” moments
In high school, I was bored out of my mind in geometry class and only got through it because there was a cute guy who transferred into my class. Then I “felt bad” in trigonometry and algebra knowing neither of these classes would be useful for my adulthood and future career. (At 39, I can confidently confirm I wasted my time.) I rolled my eyes at the one girl who walked into trig class like she was Play from Kid n’ Play headed to “House Party.” She couldn’t wait to get to these classes and smiled through every single math problem. Me? I “felt bad.” I hate math, especially useless math.