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Coulter gets what she wanted at CU
The Daily Camera ^ | November 14, 2003 | Aimee Heckel

Posted on 11/15/2003 10:01:05 AM PST by EveningStar

Coulter gets what she wanted at CU

Conservative author says she thrives on battling liberal critics

By Aimee Heckel, Camera Staff Writer
November 14, 2003

Ann Coulter knew what she was getting into when she agreed to speak at arguably the most liberal hotbed in Colorado on Thursday night.

That's why she came.

"How many normal females are going to want to stand up and be called a Nazi and a racist?" said the conservative author and columnist. "As luck would have it, I happen to enjoy it. ... It perks me up to see liberals have nothing in the arsenal."

About 2,000 people filled the University of Colorado's Macky Auditorium on Thursday night to hear Coulter criticize Democrats in light of the war in Iraq. About half hissed and booed, and the other half laughed at her prickly humor and thanked her with a standing ovation.

Some, like Kevin Cooper of Louisville, said he wanted to hear another viewpoint, even if it contradicted his own.

"You can't make a viewpoint with one side. You have to understand the other side, too," he said.

Coulter said CU was typical of most colleges she speaks at, with a little extra heckling. But one thing surprised her, she said.

"I've never seen this on a college campus before: They were applauding Saddam Hussein," she said after her speech. "I was a little taken aback."

Coulter was referring mainly to one question about when the United States will put the interests of the world before its own.

"I think removing Saddam is good for the world. That question presupposed it's not," she said.

In response, some audience members said that because they do not support the war doesn't mean they support Hussein.

Coulter criticized most of the crowd's questions, calling them not intelligent or thoughtful.

"I go to these college campuses and I'm witnessing a breakdown in cognitive thought," she said.

But criticism Thursday night was mutual. In response to Coulter's advocacy of racial profiling to weed out terrorists, some called her racist and others stomped out of the auditorium.

"It's one thing to talk about liberals or conservatives," said Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director. "There's a big difference to come out and crack jokes that have some sort of meaning. But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

The CU Cultural Events Board organized the event.

Contact Aimee Heckel at (303) 473-1359 or heckela@dailycamera.com.


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Culture/Society; Extended News; Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events; Philosophy; US: Colorado; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: academia; anncoulter; catholiclist; cu; iraq; saddamhussein; universityofcolorado
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"I've never seen this on a college campus before: They were applauding Saddam Hussein,"...

Does anyone here have any details of this or is this simply hyperbole by Ann?

1 posted on 11/15/2003 10:01:06 AM PST by EveningStar
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To: EveningStar
Does anyone here have any details of this or is this simply hyperbole by Ann?

I'd guess hyperbole. You can't even get the leftist twits at SDSU to applaud Saddam.

2 posted on 11/15/2003 10:08:42 AM PST by Skwidd (Fire Controlman First Class Extraordinaire)
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To: EveningStar
"How many normal females are going to want to stand up and be called a Nazi and a racist?"

Ann needs to add "neanderthal" to the list.

3 posted on 11/15/2003 10:11:14 AM PST by Enterprise
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To: EveningStar
In strict accordance with the FR by-laws, section 4, paragraph 8, which strictly states that any mention of our beloved Ann Coulter must include her picture, I propher the following image for your exclusive viewing pleasure.


4 posted on 11/15/2003 10:16:15 AM PST by ChadGore (Kakkate Koi!)
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To: EveningStar
I don't have any details EveningStar, but believe me, if Saddam Hussein is applauded anywhere in the US it would be in the People's Republic of Boulder.
5 posted on 11/15/2003 10:18:17 AM PST by Columbine
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To: EveningStar
"...said Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director.

WTF? No wonder it costs so much to get a degree. Talk about fat in a budget. Sheesh!!!

6 posted on 11/15/2003 10:19:22 AM PST by Cobra64 (Babes should wear Bullet Bras - www.BulletBras.net)
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To: EveningStar
There's a big difference to come out and crack jokes that have some sort of meaning.

Yeah, we leftists prefer jokes that make no sense at all.

7 posted on 11/15/2003 10:20:01 AM PST by LibWhacker
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To: EveningStar
"It's one thing to talk about liberals or conservatives," said Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director. "There's a big difference to come out and crack jokes that have some sort of meaning. But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

I know, I know, what I'm about to say is not exactly on point. However, it's been said before but it must be pointed out again, that liberals have had no problem defaming conservatives for years. I realize that conservatives are not as such a "culture" or "ethnicity," but the defamation is still inexcusable. That being said, I wish "Diversity Director" Kite would have pointed out an example of the defamation. This is assuming of course, that Kite may have provided an example but it was left out of the article.

8 posted on 11/15/2003 10:20:04 AM PST by Enterprise
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To: ChadGore
I just got new glasses. I'd better check the prescription.
9 posted on 11/15/2003 10:20:53 AM PST by Cobra64 (Babes should wear Bullet Bras - www.BulletBras.net)
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To: EveningStar
They were applauding Saddam Hussein," she said after her speech. "I was a little taken aback."

The enemies of America and Israel are leftists' best friends, so this really isn't too surprising.

10 posted on 11/15/2003 10:22:36 AM PST by Mr. Mojo
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To: EveningStar
Thank God Ann is willing to put up with the brain drained and is reaching many young minds full of mush. I hope she will continue making many more college tours.
11 posted on 11/15/2003 10:23:07 AM PST by demkicker
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To: EveningStar
"How many normal females are going to want to stand up and be called a Nazi and a racist?" said the conservative author and columnist. "As luck would have it, I happen to enjoy it. ... It perks me up to see liberals have nothing in the arsenal."

"About 2,000 people filled the University of Colorado's Macky Auditorium on Thursday night to hear Coulter criticize Democrats in light of the war in Iraq. About half hissed and booed, and the other half laughed at her prickly humor and thanked her with a standing ovation."

Ann Coulter......That's my girl....! Marvelous!!! (applause, applause) Truth be told to these libs and they can stand the truth!

12 posted on 11/15/2003 10:23:10 AM PST by BluSky (“Don’t make me come down there.”)
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To: EveningStar
"But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant," said Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director.

Ah yes, the ole "all cultures are equal" camp.

13 posted on 11/15/2003 10:26:57 AM PST by Mr. Mojo
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To: EveningStar
"But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

Uh, yeah Kerry Kite. Like defaming the Huns, Mongols, Nazis, Khymer Rouge, Wahhabis, etc. What an @sshole. What the hell does a "diversity director" do to justify his/her salary ANYWAY???? Is this like a "Politcal Commissar" in Stalin's army??

The U.S. is really a society in serious trouble.

Right on Ann Coulter - you are bright, beautiful, brainy and have guts. We need more like you who have the courage to venture into the viper's dens that leftist professors and administrators and political activists turned America's Campuses into in the 1960's and on into the present.
14 posted on 11/15/2003 10:29:17 AM PST by ZULU
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To: ZULU
It just jumps out at you doesn't it? What in hell is a Diversity Director, and who in hell needs one? Save the money and give a scholarship to a poor conservative student.
15 posted on 11/15/2003 10:32:13 AM PST by Enterprise
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To: EveningStar
"and the other half laughed at her prickly humor and thanked her with a standing ovation

Half applauded??? I can't believe it! There may be hope for CU yet.

16 posted on 11/15/2003 10:32:21 AM PST by mollynme (cogito, ergo freepum)
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To: EveningStar
About half hissed and booed

Only half?

CU must be experiencing a Conservative Revival!

17 posted on 11/15/2003 10:32:29 AM PST by Gritty
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To: ZULU
From the Democrat Playbook:

Diversity Director = Thought Police
18 posted on 11/15/2003 10:34:01 AM PST by BluSky (“Don’t make me come down there.”)
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To: EveningStar
"It's one thing to talk about liberals or conservatives," said Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director. "There's a big difference to come out and crack jokes that have some sort of meaning. But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

The CU Cultural Events Board organized the event.

Getting ready to pull the plug on allowing conservatives to speak, I see. All cultures and ethnicities must be allowed to promote their views, except for white Americans -- who created the one culture on Earth that promoted freedom of speech and individual freedom. All cultures and ethnicites are immune from criticism, except for white Americans -- who promoted the idea of racial and gender equality in a world where every nation in all of history treated other races and women as subhuman.

This is a corollary of the ancient proverb, "No good deed goes unpunished."

19 posted on 11/15/2003 10:34:40 AM PST by JoeSchem
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To: EveningStar
"You can't make a viewpoint with one side. You have to understand the other side, too," he said."

There is hope for this kid.

"Coulter criticized most of the crowd's questions, calling them not intelligent or thoughtful."

Annie girl; you rock! ROTFLMBO! Now if we could just get our politicians to be that intellectually honest.

"I go to these college campuses and I'm witnessing a breakdown in cognitive thought," she said."

"There's a big difference to come out and crack jokes that have some sort of meaning. But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

I think the educated fool just made Ann's point.

20 posted on 11/15/2003 10:36:24 AM PST by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: MeeknMing
Ann (what a champ!) Coulter ping!
21 posted on 11/15/2003 10:44:56 AM PST by Happy2BMe (Nurture terrorism in a neighborhood near you - donate to your local community mosque.)
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To: EveningStar
Error: ...Truth be told to these libs and they can stand the truth!

Correction: ...Truth be told to these libs and they can't stand the truth! Sorry 'bout the typo....
22 posted on 11/15/2003 10:50:55 AM PST by BluSky (“Don’t make me come down there.”)
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To: mhking; Robert_Paulson2; Chancellor Palpatine
I wouldn't mind seeing some "diversity" of opinion on this thread. ;)
23 posted on 11/15/2003 10:56:04 AM PST by EveningStar
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To: EveningStar
It's always good to hear from that hotbed of diversity - Boulder; where the town is 90% white and the college is 87% white.
24 posted on 11/15/2003 10:57:54 AM PST by BookmanTheJanitor
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To: ChadGore
She needs a ham sammich, those man-hands are repulsive!

Michelle Malkin is much better looking, and a better writer IMHO.

25 posted on 11/15/2003 11:00:01 AM PST by BureaucratusMaximus (if we're not going to act like a constitutional republic...lets be the best empire we can be...)
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To: Enterprise
"I realize that conservatives are not as such a "culture" or "ethnicity," but the defamation is still inexcusable."

Oh, I don't know. While there isn't a "white" culture per se, there is certainly an Anglo-American tradition. There are also values that are deeply ingrained in portions of that tradition that could rightly be called "culture." A majority of "white" Americans share a common religious faith (Christian). There is also the commonality of faith in the Jewish "culture," which is largely "white." Another good example is the relentless bashing and degrading of traditionally southern culture. The "defaming" of these cultures, however, is fashionable, so it is unlikely that this dim bulb is capable of seeing the left's actions and the promotion of their ideologies in that light let alone understand that WE are deeply offended or that what they are doing has become completely unacceptable and that we are losing our ability to be "tolerant," and rightfully so. It is also key as to why the democRATs have alienated the south. If they have no respect for us, they shouldn't expect that we will have respect for them.

26 posted on 11/15/2003 11:01:26 AM PST by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: EveningStar

"But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director.

Isn't that passive voice?

27 posted on 11/15/2003 11:01:43 AM PST by SkyPilot
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To: EveningStar
The question as to whether or not it was wise to take out Saddam is not answerable yet, so people can realistically have logical opinions on both sides. The bottom line will be the actual body count at the end of this war, and we don't have that yet.
28 posted on 11/15/2003 11:02:59 AM PST by Held_to_Ransom
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To: EveningStar
You mean verbal bomb throwing and unabashed self promotion doesn't make for a great read?

;)

29 posted on 11/15/2003 11:07:05 AM PST by Chancellor Palpatine
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To: Happy2BMe; ChadGore; yall
Thanks for the ping ... and for that pic, Chadgore !! ...

Bob J gives Annie a jacket ...


30 posted on 11/15/2003 11:11:54 AM PST by MeekOneGOP (I won! I won! http://rmeek141.home.comcast.net/LotteryTicketRutRoh.JPG)
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To: EveningStar
be called a Nazi and a racist?"

Damn, sounds like a normal day here at FR...lol

31 posted on 11/15/2003 11:14:47 AM PST by wardaddy (we must crush our enemies and make them fear us and sap their will to fight....all 2 billion of them)
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To: BluSky
How in the hell does one direct diversity?

If you direct it, it's no longer diverse. It has conformed to the direction.

32 posted on 11/15/2003 11:15:43 AM PST by HIDEK6
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To: Held_to_Ransom
>>>The question as to whether or not it was wise to take out Saddam is not answerable yet, so people can realistically have logical opinions on both sides.<<<

The 300,000+ Iraqi's in mass graves killed by Saddam's bloody hands in the last 5 years would probably have a one-sided opinion; and it would be logical!

33 posted on 11/15/2003 11:16:14 AM PST by HardStarboard (Dump Wesley Clark.....he worries me as much as Hillary!)
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To: JoeSchem
Boy howdy....and are we not reaping it?

The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions also comes to mind.
34 posted on 11/15/2003 11:16:24 AM PST by wardaddy (we must crush our enemies and make them fear us and sap their will to fight....all 2 billion of them)
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To: EveningStar
"I've never seen this on a college campus before: They were applauding Saddam Hussein"

The American Left is unapologetically pro-terrorist.

35 posted on 11/15/2003 11:19:17 AM PST by Lazamataz (PROUDLY SCARING FELLOW FREEPERS SINCE 1999 !!!!)
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To: EveningStar
But criticism Thursday night was mutual. In response to Coulter's advocacy of racial profiling to weed out terrorists, some called her racist and others stomped out of the auditorium.

"It's one thing to talk about liberals or conservatives," said Kerry Kite, CU's diversity director. "There's a big difference to come out and crack jokes that have some sort of meaning. But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

Hey, Kerry!
You're gonna LOVE this one, from www.anncoulter.org:

We'll Pay Them Reparations Later

December 27, 2001

IN RESPONSE TO THE attempted bombing last week of an American Airlines jet by Tariq Raja -- aka Abdel Rahim, aka Richard "Saltonstall" Reid IV, aka "Biff" -- the airlines sprang to action with random passenger shoe checks.

According to The New York Times, there is no discernible pattern in the airlines' choice of fliers targeted for aggressive footwear examination. At the Atlanta airport, for example, the passengers whose shoes were searched "included a flight attendant, an elderly black man, a white man wearing a cowboy hat and boots, and an Asian woman with two small children."

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman responded to this latest attack by summarily announcing that our only choices are to "become less open as a society" or simply "to live with much higher levels of risk."

I think I have another solution. It's something I like to call "ethnic profiling." My logic is this: There is a common thread hidden within 20 years of relentless attacks on America by Muslim extremists: In every one of these attacks by Muslim extremists, there appears to be one or more Muslim extremists involved. This ought to help the airlines engage in more accurate risk assessment.

Tariq "Biff" Raja attended the same mosque as Zacarias Moussaoui, the suspected 20th hijacker in the Sept. 11 attack. (The New York Times has yet to report Tariq's connection to the mosque, though the paper will surely print that fact before any of the media will ever breathe a word about the story reported in the San Francisco Examiner that American jihadist John Walker's father left Mrs. Walker for another man.)

The men who used passenger jets to attack America on Sept. 11 were Muslim extremists.

Last year, our warship, the USS Cole, was attacked by Muslim extremists.

In 1998, U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were bombed by Muslim extremists, killing 212 people and wounding thousands.

In 1996, Muslim extremists exploded a truck bomb outside an Air Force housing complex in Saudi Arabia, killing 19 and injuring hundreds more.

In 1995, five Americans were killed in a car bomb explosion executed by Muslim extremists.

In 1993, the World Trade Center was bombed by Muslim extremists, killing six and injuring thousands.

Also in 1993, Muslim extremists plotted to assassinate then U.S. President George Bush. (Intriguingly, the word "assassin" comes from a Muslim sect active in the 11th to 13th centuries known as "the Assassins" for their religious practice of murdering infidels.)

In 1988, another passenger jet, Pan Am flight 103, was bombed by Muslim extremists, killing 270 people.

In 1986, Muslim extremists bombed a West Berlin discotheque frequented by U.S. servicemen.

In 1985, Muslim extremists seized an Italian cruise ship, the Achille Lauro, and murdered Leon Klinghoffer, a 69-year-old, wheelchair-bound American.

In 1983, Muslim extremists blew up U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, killing 241 American servicemen.

In 1982, Muslim extremists bombed the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, killing 49 people, including 17 Americans.

In 1979, Muslim extremists stormed the U.S. Embassy in Iran and held American Embassy staff hostage for 444 days.

So naturally, it took the airlines completely by surprise last week when the passenger who tried to detonate a sneaker bomb on a passenger jet turned out to be a Muslim extremist...

CLICK HERE for the rest of that article

36 posted on 11/15/2003 11:19:22 AM PST by RonDog
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To: Enterprise
Diversity Director = Tovarisch Zampolit
37 posted on 11/15/2003 11:20:13 AM PST by Fred Hayek
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To: MeeknMing; Bob J
Bob J's head is bigger than Ann Coulter's head.
38 posted on 11/15/2003 11:20:51 AM PST by Lazamataz (PROUDLY SCARING FELLOW FREEPERS SINCE 1999 !!!!)
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To: wardaddy
"be called a Nazi and a racist?"

Damn, sounds like a normal day here at FR...lol

Only a racist Nazi like you would say that.

39 posted on 11/15/2003 11:23:36 AM PST by Lazamataz (PROUDLY SCARING FELLOW FREEPERS SINCE 1999 !!!!)
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To: Held_to_Ransom
"The question as to whether or not it was wise to take out Saddam is not answerable yet, so people can realistically have logical opinions on both sides. The bottom line will be the actual body count at the end of this war, and we don't have that yet."

What?????!!!!! Please tell me you really 'think' about what you say here. EXCUSE ME, but families of millions of tortured dismembered Iraqi's would agree without question we DID answer Saddam! Sounds like to me, you're saying one genicide is bad (Bosnia/Kosovo) and another is Okay (Iraq).

Your premise, "The question as to whether or not it was wise to take out Saddam is not answerable yet..." - nice try at appeasement. WE DO KNOW what happened to the Iraqi people with Saddam and, war is where we are at and those on the left and middle don't seem to want to accept that. Tough.... now go away.... you're aiding and comforting those that want to kill you and us.
40 posted on 11/15/2003 11:24:02 AM PST by BluSky (“Don’t make me come down there.”)
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To: Chancellor Palpatine
And self promotion of work done ,that many people agree with and want to hear about is bad because ........
41 posted on 11/15/2003 11:24:02 AM PST by Diva Betsy Ross ((were it not for the brave, there would be no land of the free -))
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To: Chancellor Palpatine
L’Affaire Coulter
42 posted on 11/15/2003 11:24:21 AM PST by EveningStar
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To: Lazamataz
And, ANN looks MUCH BETTER than Bob J in a black leather jacket, from www.anncoulter.org/images03.htm:


43 posted on 11/15/2003 11:26:09 AM PST by RonDog
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To: EveningStar
In response to Coulter's advocacy of racial profiling to weed out terrorists, some called her racist and others stomped out of the auditorium.

So she wants us to use some common sense and stop putting WASPy Nebraskan grandmas on the same suspicion list as Saudi "businessmen" with 1-way plane tickets. Yes, certainly something to revile her for. Gee what a racist she is.

".. But to just defame other cultures and ethnicities is just plain ignorant."

What exactly did she say about "other" cultures? They don't really give a correlating quote to this comment... unless of course, promoting a common sense approach to finding terrorists equals defamation and ignorance. Which, for a diversity director, would do it, I suppose.

44 posted on 11/15/2003 11:27:23 AM PST by workerbee
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To: ZULU
What the hell does a "diversity director" do to justify his/her salary ANYWAY???? Is this like a "Politcal Commissar" in Stalin's army??

This is an unnecessary defamation of the work conducted by the commissars in Stalin's army. Between the end of 1941 and early 1945, commissars served a useful role of assistants to the military commanders. As far as I know, diversity directors have never served any useful purpose.
45 posted on 11/15/2003 11:28:26 AM PST by bluejay
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To: HIDEK6
I wonder what a diversity director does at a university that's 90% white. Doesn't sound like he's very good at his job.
46 posted on 11/15/2003 11:30:14 AM PST by johnb838 (Majority Rule, Minority Rights. Not the other way around.)
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To: Lazamataz
lol....I shoulda known.....
47 posted on 11/15/2003 11:30:40 AM PST by wardaddy (we must crush our enemies and make them fear us and sap their will to fight....all 2 billion of them)
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To: EveningStar
At least the headline is accurate. And she knew she'd get it at CU.

My reaction is: So what?
48 posted on 11/15/2003 11:33:20 AM PST by huck von finn
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To: BluSky
"Diversity Director = Thought Police"

Yep. That one needs to go in the new English to liberalese lexicon.

49 posted on 11/15/2003 11:34:06 AM PST by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: EveningStar
You gotta love it -

We did not "fire" Ann for what she wrote, even though it was poorly written and sloppy. We ended the relationship because she behaved with a total lack of professionalism, friendship, and loyalty.

50 posted on 11/15/2003 11:34:53 AM PST by Chancellor Palpatine
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