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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Professor "Frag" Fears for His Job

WorldNetDaily.com reports that the English instructor at Warren County Com. Col. in New Jersey Has been called to an emergency meeting to handle the crisis over comments he made to a freshman student suggesting that soldiers should shoot their officers.

Daly wrote: "Real freedom will come when soldiers in Iraq turn their guns on their superiors."

The instructor said he stood by the e-mail message, but it was being taken out of context. His comment about soldiers turning their guns on superiors was meant "in the most metaphoric sense," he explained.

Daly also said that because Beach was never one of his students, he thought she was a "Young America's Foundation organizer and sent the message with that in mind.

He would have used a different tone if he had known she was a freshman, he said, although the content wouldn't have changed.

Of course he uses the out of context excuse. What he meant was that he thought the woman he was sending the email to was a moonbat. If he had known she was a freshman and thus now fully indoctrinated by his leftist dribble, than he would have concealed his true thoughts.

In his e-mail, Daly said he would ask his students to boycott the event and also vowed "to expose [her] right-wing, anti-people politics until groups like [Rebecca's] won't dare show their face on a college campus."

Daly's e-mail also claimed that "capitalism has killed many more" people than communism and that "poor and working class people" are recruited to "fight and die for EXXON and other corporations."

using his position as an instructor to push his politics on the students and stifle any dissenting voice. He goes on to complain:

"As more and more professors are teaching part time, this is a direct attack on our academic freedom," he said.

Finally demonstrating his intolerant hypocrisy.

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