Michigan State University illustrates yet again how malleable young minds are fair game for indoctrination by professors who seek to teach students what to think, and not how to think.
In the latest example, MSU Professor of creative writing, William Penn (yes, that is really his name), bullies a student who dared to challenge the good professor's view of the GOP, as reported yesterday by Josiah Ryan and Caleb Bonham of Campus Reform.
The professor rants about the Romneys and their wealth (referring to Mitt Romney as a "greedy bastard"), how the Republican National Convention consists of "old Republicans with the dead skin cells washing off them," and "went on to accuse Republicans of crafting a systematic plan for 'getting black people not to vote.'" He also noted that "this country is full of closet racists." Perhaps it takes one to know one?
He also said,
"They [Republicans] are cheap. They don't want to pay taxes because they have already raped this country and gotten everything out of it they possibly could."
Penn's ill informed comments are not challenged by those in his class, who are likely low information voters themselves.
Penn also sought to make a weenie apology for people in his class who may be Republican. But if they would not forgive him, he doesn't care, he said.
A spokesman for Michigan State University, Tom Oswald, was less than contrite. He told Campus Reform that since Penn had "no comment," the university has nothing more "to say on this matter."
Eric Owens of the Daily Caller picked up the story today, noting that Penn "is white and sports a feathery mullet." Go figure.
Watch the offensive video here:
Image Source: Campus Reform via the Daily Caller