Skip to comments.Campaign for Obama, get college credit
Posted on 09/01/2012 9:16:59 AM PDT by chessplayer
A public university in Colorado may have violated state law by offering students course credit if they volunteered with President Obamas re-election campaign. A blog post on the Adams State University website billed the opportunity as a 12 week long organizing internship for the Obama Campaign.
Both the blog post and the course are now gone. The course was canceled due to lack of interest, according to the university. The blog post was taken down earlier this week after a conservative student blog, Campus Reform, reported on it.
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It sounds as appealing as an internship at Solyndra, and would look just as good on your resume.
I attended Adams State from 1967-1971. It was Adams State College then and as I recall, wasn’t particularly liberal. We had a few hippies but most of us were fairly conservative. Looks like that has changed quite a bit. I knew something was going wrong when they changed the mascot from Adams State Indians to Adams State Grizzlies for the sake of PC.
Grizzlies have feelings too. :)
That picture is just begging for a chair to be photoshopped into the scene.
Guys that never graduated from college:
President Harry (BOOM-BOOM) S Truman
Rush Limbaugh EIB
Bill Gates MICROSOFT
Steve Jobs APPLE/PIXAR
I had a Marxist professor in my hometown who would recruit out of town students AKA sheep for his election campaigns and gave them university credit for propagating and organizing for him.
He won multiple terms.
Ironically, because of budget cuts in California, his department was eliminated, but unfortunately he will be collecting Cadillac pensions from both the city and the university for his “service to community” which he destroyed and has never recovered from his social engineering and anti-business policies.
The pile of rocks to the left should work, but it still needs a teleprompter.
Best line of the article: The course was canceled due to lack of interest
It’s a sign of things to come in November.
Some colleges were also giving credit to participate in OWS.
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