I joined Dan Dakich’s Don’t @ Me program today on the OutKick digital channels.
During the discussion, I defended Cam Newton for saying that he wants his woman to learn how to cook and let her man work:
Somewhere, you can hear the sound of liberal tears hitting the floor. @burackbobby_ joined @dandakich this AM and said there's nothing wrong with men wanting their wives to stay home and run the house. pic.twitter.com/C9gGhSfiri
Dakich and I agreed that while society sells college as a must, it’s not. Blue-collar workers, not gender studies majors, are in-demand.
“Trucking companies don’t promote and demote you based on your skin color either. Those jobs do still exist.”
There's this idea that college grads are above blue-collar workers. It’s a hustle.
Truckers, welders & plumbers are in-demand. Gender studies majors, etc. are not.
Walmart will pay truckers $110k a year, more than double the average college grad salary.https://t.co/T5cae8wuGK
— Bobby Burack (@burackbobby_) April 12, 2022
We also discussed the following:
— “Don’t Say Gay.”
— How nutty Keith Olbermann is.
— Not letting Twitter mislead you.
— How I handle angry tweets.
— Why no one watches CNN+.
— The fading meaning of the word “racist.”
Listen and watch the full conversation below: