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Columbia Earns Rebuke

The lamestream media told you:
Iran's president gave a speech at Columbia University, to mixed reviews.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
Mahmoud Ahmabadjihad's speech at Columbia University was a good thing.

Nothing else could have brought the well-deserved and heartily earned shame and disgrace, that this dictator's appearance brought to the school.

No amount of commentary by U.S. commentators could have demonstrated the politicized education the students must be getting, as they cheered the man's bald-faced lies and total evasion of the questions he was asked. No one else could have sparked the national debate about this enemy that wraps itself in a cloak of dignity, virtually abetted in some respects by the U.S. media.

Only Ahmabadjihad's appearance could have shown the world the sniveling, spineless, groveling cowardice and anti-American sentiment of the school's feckless leader, Lee Bollinger, who balanced his approach with a caustic introduction.

The Iranian's biggest misstep may have been insisting there are no gays in Iran, shaking the multicult students' faith in the gay agenda and provoking the only boos and laughter of the event. Was the true nature of the student body ever revealed in that or what.

Other outrageous lies and distortions met with silence or applause from the assembled students, who recently booed, attacked and forced secure-borders advocate Jim Gilchrist from their hallowed halls. No reprisals from Bollinger or the school were taken against the hooligans.

Yes, the Iranian mullahs' hand-picked puppet's visit here was a good thing.

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