Hey, Prof Daly, Just Shut Up and Teach!
"Real freedom will come when soldiers in Iraq turn their guns on their superiors."
The e-mail was simply one that freshmen, Rebecca Beach sent out announcing an upcoming campus program featuring a decorated Iraqi War hero, Lt. Col. Scott Rutter. It wasn’t a personal e-mail to Mr. Daly soliciting his treasonous opinion.
Unfortunately today the scholastic halls are full of anti-American, rude, arrogant useful idiots like Mr. Daly, who are the left’s moonbat puppets responsible for ensuring their anti-American propaganda is distributed throughout college campuses. So, his statement shouldn’t really come as any surprise.
His statement fits right in with other bright statements made at college campuses since 9/11, like the one made by another part time professor from Columbia University, Nicholas DeGenova during his moment in the spotlight of fame and treason when he uttered this brilliant observation: “U.S. patriotism is inseparable from imperial warfare and white supremacy. U.S. flags are the emblem of the invading war machine in Iraq today. They are the emblem of the occupying power. The only true heroes are those who find ways that help defeat the U.S. military." He also wished that U.S. troops encounter "a million Mogadishus”.
However, failing to know his audience, and his demonstrated ignorance about the permanence of the written word via an e-mail are mistakes you’d think someone who had reached the level of academic skill to be qualified to teach inside the ivory halls would know. Go figure.
Here are some of his lame excuses and pathetic self defense for his actions from the article:
The instructor said he stood by the e-mail message, but it was being taken out of context. His comment about soldiers turning their guns on superiors was meant "in the most metaphoric sense," he explained.
Daly also said that because Beach was never one of his students, he thought she was a "Young America's Foundation organizer and sent the message with that in mind.
He would have used a different tone if he had known she was a freshman, he said, although the content wouldn't have changed.
Beyond his treasonous call for the fragging of officers by their troops, (fragging if literal, mutiny if metaphorical), he went on with the following statement that demonstrated the level of his sharp intellect and mature acumen:
In his e-mail, Daly said he would ask his students to boycott the event and also vowed "to expose [her] right-wing, anti-people politics until groups like [Rebecca's] won't dare show their face on a college campus."
To which the college freshmen, Ms. Beach cleaned his clock with the following response:
Beach responded to Daly's written tirade with a demand that Warren President William Austin institute seminars on free speech and sensitivity to teach intolerant faculty members to be respectful of differing opinion.
You’ve just got to love it when a hot-headed, arrogant college professor gets his excuse for rational argument swatted to the floor like a bug from a newbie college freshmen.
Ms. Beach hit the proverbial nail on the head with her rebuttal. Mr. Daly, along with the rest of the left are hypocrites when it comes to respecting freedom of speech and being tolerant of others.
Nobody asked Mr. Daly for his repugnant opinion. Ms. Beach simply sent out an announcement, to which Mr. Daly could have simply ignored if it wasn’t the type of program he would be interested in. Instead, he chose to be rude, and flaunt his ugly opinions where they weren’t asked for and got what he deserved.
Mr. Daly needs to humbly crawl back under his rock and, in the spirit of Laura Ingraham, “just shut up and teach”.