Skip to comments.400 Harvard Business And Political Leaders Discuss "PATHS FORWARD" In DC
Posted on 06/28/2012 2:30:19 PM PDT by ExxonPatrolUs
(Paraphrasing) 400 Harvard business and political leaders plan the "PATHS FORWARD" initiative in DC to educate and indoctrinate the non-elite. Management, labor, government, and academia demand Obama step up his efforts to control our lives and the economy. For more than a century, global observers have considered the US to be awesome, but really we suck. Lefties join Harvard BS in a discussion about the next steps to change America. Panelists include AFL-CIO leaders, Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), and the founder of Politico. For members of the media interested in attending, it already happened, but you can read the executive orders after they are signed.
Where’s a truck full of ANFO when you need one.......
remember Legionnaire’s disease?
A sure sign of problems in the future.
Dr. Guillotine had a nice solution for the Elite in France. Viva la liberte’.
Many moons ago, I made the cut to go interview for Harvard Medical School. I was interviewed first by the Dean, who’s name was Dr. Ogelsthorpe, if I remember correctly.
He asked me why I was interested in Harvard Medical School. I told him I had tried to heal the sick and injured as a barely-trained Hospital Corpsman stationed on a small ship without a doctor for several years, and that that experience had impressed me with the need, if I was going to become a doctor, to get the best training I could. I told him that Harvard had a reputation for training excellent doctors, and that I therefore wanted to attend Harvard in order to be best able to help my future patients.
The esteemed doctor just threw his head back and roared with laughter. He then proceeded to ask in rapid-fire manner, with a tone of sarcasm, my understanding and opinions about a wide series of public healthcare policies and theories. I didn’t know much about such things, but he really was just asking to questions in rapid-fire manor for a demeaning effect anyway, and after a few stammering efforts to answer, which were cut off with the next question, I just sat there quietly and let him ramble on with his questions until he stopped, leaned forward and said, “That’s all. You can go.”
I learned more about Harvard that day than if I had gone there for four years.
Pretty much sums up the ones I know. We had one guy in our department from Harvard. The only thing that I observed he knew more about the WSJournal than pathology, but he’s on some important committees now that he’s back at Harvard. At least he read one journal regularly.