Comments: JUST WOW

And why did our State Dept. let this scum into are country?
Idiots are worried about wire taps, port security and the Patriot Act while the enemy studies at Yale.
Unbelievable!

Posted by tim at March 1, 2006 03:26 PM

Very good question...so sickening but so true. It's almost considered a mark of academic prowess...being anti-American. I'm all for diversity but diversity and fairness. What is fair and just about this? Nothing. Ugh.

Posted by Nicole at March 1, 2006 06:02 PM

One hypothesis: because universities mass-produce cynicism, and cynicism (beyond a certain level) is not compatible with emotional attachment to anyone or anything, including one's country.

See my post An Incident at the Movies for more thoughts on this general topic.

Posted by David Foster at March 2, 2006 01:18 AM

Major universities are no longer dedicated to intellectual pursuits. They are entirely politicized, pseudo-intellectual institutions run by a gang of spineless sophomorons who are afraid of the truth. The sooner the nation learns that they are entirely irrelevant, the better.

The Oracle
www.redskybrothers.com

Posted by The Oracle at March 2, 2006 06:01 AM

Asking why Yale admitted him (into a non-degree program) seems like a deliberate attempt to deflect attention away from the fact that Bush Administration admitted him onto the country. Shouldn't the first question be why THAT happened? If the Bushies decided that the guy is okay, why is it wrong for a school to let him take some classes?

Posted by Pericles at March 2, 2006 01:09 PM