Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Where Are They Tonight?

The charges against the three innocent Duke University lacrosse players were finally dropped today, but this is far from over. Reade Seligmann, Collin Finnerty and David Evans handled themselves with class and grace today, but there are plenty of folks out there who need to answer to the public. Naturally, they're all scurrying for cover.

Where is The Group of 88 tonight?

The agenda-driven group of Duke professors who declared the guilt of the lacrosse players before justice could take its turn are nowhere to be found, safely ensconced in their ivory towers, likely all tenured, with nobody to answer to. Just so you know, look at where they come from:
“We thank the following departments and programs for signing onto this ad with African & African American Studies: Romance Studies; Psychology; Social and Health Sciences; Franklin Humanities Institute; Critical U.S. Studies; Art, Art History, and Visual Studies; Classical Studies; Asian & African Languages & Literature; Women’s Studies; Latino/a Studies; Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Medieval and Renaissance Studies; European Studies; Program in Education; and the Center for Documentary Studies.
Thinking of sending your kids to Duke and want them to be properly educated? Avoid those areas of study.

The smug, sanctimonious group of Duke professors had an agenda, were quick to accuse and convict, yet are all now silent.

Where is Mike Nifong tonight?

The disgraced DA is staring at disbarment and criminal charges and deserves no mercy. Make sure to review the news accounts about Nifong. See how many mention he's a Democrat.

Where is Jesse Jackson tonight?

No doubt shaking someone down, the mumblemouthed charlatan. How's that scholarship for the accuser working out, you fraud?

Where is Al Sharpton tonight?

Ironically, the mastermind behind the Tawana Brawley hoax is busy picking over the corpse of the hapless Don Imus, now permanently jettisoned from MSNBC.

Where is Crystal Gail Mangum tonight?

Who knows? I'd call her a nappy-headed 'ho, but then some race hustlers might come after me.

A sidenote on this case: This morning I heard an ABC News radio account using the disgraced Linda Fairstein as a "legal analyst", commenting on this case. She had the gall to ask "where do they go to get their reputations back?", invoking former Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan. Fairstein has some nerve bringing that up after what she did to Oliver Jovanovic.

This travesty has left permanent scars upon Finnerty, Evans, Seligmann and the entire Duke lacrosse program. It's not too much to ask that the perpetrators of this fraud be rightly punished.

Plenty of coverage from La Shawn Barber, Captain's Quarters, Sister Toldjah, Pirate's Cove, The Sandbox, Sensible Mom, A Blog For All, Gateway Pundit, Ace of Spades, Hot Air, Michelle Malkin, Mary Katherine Ham, Right Voices, K.C. Johnson, 7.62mm Justice, Stuck on Stupid.

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