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Everybody's favorite scary Catholic douchebag John Bambenek is back, this time with a column in the local campus rag, The Daily Illini about... gasp drinking at college!

Something is bizarrely tragic and sad for a 31-year old who can only get his trash published in college newspapers. I'm not sure that 30-somethings who spend all day hanging out with 19-year olds playing "journalist" has any standing to criticize, but that doesn't stop him anyway.  That's why he can't even get elected to the local school board, everyone knows he's a nut... and this latest column doesn't disappoint.

Last year they said they issued 176 tickets for drinking. Congratulations! Have a cookie. More people got the clap last Unofficial than got a drinking ticket.

As usual, right-wing Christian nutjobs can't go more than 15 seconds without their sexual hangups and repressions coming out. Oh no! Sex is evil! This isn't the first time that Bambenek goes on bizarre rants about sexually transmitted infections, the only thing missing is blaming feminists (like he did in another column titled You are more than your vagina).

The real problem Bambenek has is that people are using their freedom to have a good time. It's college, you are SUPPOSED to have some fun. And because these kids have fun he suggest it's time to take away their right to vote:

Perhaps it's time to have a serious discussion about repealing the 26th Amendment.

The University of Illinois is a pretty progressive place, its a shame that people like Bambenek get a platform to spew intolerance and hate. At least it lets us see what these crazed Republican extremists really think.

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Originally posted to indigo5 on Tue Feb 26, 2008 at 09:12 AM PST.

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