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Students: You have a choice.

Reader comment on item: Profs Who Hate America

Submitted by W. Crum (United States), Nov 13, 2002 at 13:10

I spent 1985 to 1999 as a student, whether full-time or part-time and there is one option for students who don't want to be blasted with hate-filled, leftist attacks on America and its citizens--you have school choice. I know what you might say. I need to go to this school because it's close to home, it's cheap, it's offering me a scholarship and I need it to afford school, it has an awesome football program, whatever. But you do have a choice to which school you give a pretty large sum of money. The reason the university system in this country is currently infiltrated with foreign students is that the universities need the money of these foreign governments to stay open. Without students willing to pay the high cost of education these days, they can't do business. Frankly, I will not spend any more money at an institution that publicly supports these leftist, socialists, communist professors. If we want to make a statement--and a quick one--let's work on finding a coalition that will work to find schools where students can attend by choice.

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