Skip to comments.Suffolk Law School Prof On US Military: “Killers,” Sympathy For Them “Not Rational In Today’s World”
Posted on 11/10/2011 2:15:47 PM PST by Boston Blackie
I think it is shameful that it is perceived as legitimate to solicit in an academic institution for support for men and women who have gone overseas to kill other human beings. I understand that there is a residual sympathy for service members, perhaps engendered by support for troops in World War II, or perhaps from when there was a draft and people with few resources to resist were involuntarily sent to battle. That sympathy is not particularly rational in today's world, however.
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So, what does this “professor” think of the Muzloid murderers, rapists, liars and thieves?
I already know the answer. The question was purely rhetorical.
I pity the students who have to take classes from this idiot.
He’s a typical twerp.
Looks like he could be the poster boy to illustrate what is meant by the term SCUMBAG SHYSTER LAWYERS! IMHO
Wouldn’t surprise me.
Intellectuals only exist if you think they do.
Suffolk Law school “educated” my failed-lawyer, pinko in-law. I’m sure she would agree with her former professor.
I always find it funny that communists like Avery always pretend to know US Constitutional Law better than most.
Jonas Salk was a killer who murdered millions of Polio viruses.
Bill Gates has systematically murdered African mosquitoes.
An anteater can snuff out (snuff up?) 30,000 or more ants and termites a day.
There's a lot of killing in this world, and I don't have a problem with it, not when it's natural or positive.
He’s also a past president of the National Lawyers Guild, which has long been a front for, and the legal arm of, the Communist Party of the USA.
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