Carry out campaign promises to allow embryonic research (as opposed to tossing embryos in the trash can) and be in favor of reproductive choice. Well then, we must let K-Lo rule our world.
Once again, I say, when Notre Dame decides it will not recruit that baptist/muslim/buddhist kid from Georgia that runs a 4.35 forty and whose girlfriend just had the abortion, I'll start to worry about their convictions.
Meanwhile, we find that the protest comes from those with a giant axe to grind:
Bob Reish, the student body president and a graduating senior, said there is a "general excitement" about Obama's visit, although he is aware there are people on both sides of the issue.
As of 2 p.m. Thursday, The Observer, the student newspaper, had received 612 letters about Obama's appearance -- 313 from alumni and 299 from current students.
Seventy percent of the alumni letters opposed having Obama giving the speech, while 73 percent of student letters supported his appearance. Among the 95 seniors who wrote letters, 97 percent supported the president's invitation.
I wonder what the rate was of several colleges having to endure Bush's botched teleprompterings would have been?