Saturday, September 22, 2007

Tired of Columbia University's antics?

Tired of the ridiculous antics being played by officials at Columbia University?

Hit 'em where it hurts the most- the pocketbook!

It seems that many alumni of the university are up in arms over this antic being played by the university-

Columbia's phones were flooded with angry calls from alumni, politicians and Jewish organizations, who are urging the university to cancel the visit.

Alumni and school supporters- pull your money. That will get their attention.

Parents- pull your kids out of this school. There are plenty of great schools in the New York area that would love to give your kids a great education.

Apparently the fact that the university has invited a terrorist to come an make his case in front of their students seems to mean nothing to the school.

Placing this terrorist at center stage of the university only seems to matter to the rest of America, but not the school leaders.

School President Bollinger talks of "robust debate", but their is not little debate on terrorist in this country.

Americans don't like terrorists, period. No Debate! We most certainly do not like terrorists trapsing around New York.

Ahmadinejad is a terrorist. Currently he is having American soldiers killed in Iraq.

For more on Iran's terrorist activities read the following article.

A Monster with Chutzpah

Highlights of this article-
Iran coordinates its terrorist sponsorship largely through its Ministry of Intelligence and Security and via the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. The Guard is also Ahmadinejad's chief power base - he's an IRGC veteran.

At the time of the Iranian Revolution, Ahmadinejad was a member of the executive committee of the student group that initially seized the U.S. embassy and took dozens of U.S. diplomats hostage. During his later time in the Guard, he was a member of the assassination team that killed several exiled Iranian Kurd dissidents in Vienna in 1989.


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