Assumption College president Francesco Cesareo made an ass of himself earlier this year. The educator killed a gay student group’s plan to bring gay veteran Eric Alva as a Veterans Day Speaker.
Cesareo, who joined the College this year, said Alva would be too political and told the students to drop their plot. Faculty cried foul this week, saying Alva didn’t need a contract and admonished Cesareo’s closed mind. They stop short, however, of actually doing anything about it:
Assumption College faculty members, by a vote of 45-33 this week, charged President Francesco Cesareo and his cabinet with violating policy when they refused to host a gay activist veteran as a Veterans Day speaker, but the faculty also voted not to pursue the issue.
That’s teaching the children well…
Wow – they sound like the current Democrats.
(please don’t bash me for being conservative, because I’m not. Just disgusted with how disappointing the Dems continue to be)
My admiration and patience for gay vets – only of Iraq and Afghanistan – is scant. It’s as if they are boasting, “We, too, can be the aggressors, the oppressors… instead of being the victims.” If Alva and other gays didn’t know what these phony-ass wars were really about, they should have. And if they did know what they were about, they shouldn’t have participated in them. And if they finally found out what they were about, they shouldn’t be so puffed up and proud about it. It is not as if they were liberating anyone abroad, or making anyone safer at home.
I think if you believe in something you should stand up for it and not”stop short of doing something”>>>
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