March 12, 2006


As a good illustration of what LIARS those law schools who bar military recruiters are, I recommend this op-ed column by Kieran Lalor, a law student at Pace University:

...How do I know that this bias, rather than "don't ask, don't tell," is the issue? Because of how my school, and others, deal with the people who actually set that policy — our elected representatives.

Under our Constitution, civilians control the military. (Legal scholars generally know this.) Why ban the military from campus when Congress passed "don't ask, don't tell" into law?

Rep. Nita Lowey, whose district includes my school, voted in favor of "don't ask, don't tell" in 1993. In March 2004, she voted to significantly strengthen the Solomon Amendment. That same month, Lowey was welcomed to campus and given the "Pioneer of Justice and Equality for Women and the Law" award.

An Army JAG recruiter who might not even support "don't ask, don't tell," and is powerless to change it, is vilified and barred from campus. Meanwhile, the lawmaker who voted for the legislation is a "pioneer of equality and justice."

The hypocrisy of legal educators who want to ban the military but remain on the federal dole — and use the Constitution as a cloak for their hatred of the military — stands in stark contrast to integrity of the Constitution's defenders, whom many law professors want banned....

They are leftists and liars. Same thing. They hate the American military, and their concern for gays is an utter fraud. Lalor has many examples of anti-military bias he has encountered in his law-school education. Leftists care about gays the same way Lenin cared about workers.

Posted by John Weidner at March 12, 2006 12:07 PM
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