The Harvard Crimson has issued a warning — if you are a conservative likely to bellyache about the radical left ideology prevailing at this ever more ideologically driven university, don’t bother to apply:
The editorial, titled “Warning: Do Not Enroll,” denigrates famous conservatives who graduated from Harvard and later sharply — and perhaps hypocritically — complained about the university’s liberal ideology, including former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, and Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly.
If you consider middle of the road types like Romney and O’Reilly to be unacceptably conservative, you just might be Harvard material.
“If we could have spoken to these three men, we would have told them never to come to Cambridge,” wrote the staff of the Crimson.
Diversity is only a sacred concept when it means discriminating against Caucasians. Diversity of thought is the last thing militantly tolerant Ivy League colleges will tolerate.
At least our liberal ruling class won’t object if conservatives apply to an institution that has become still more exclusive, thanks to Obama’s economy:
Harvard accepts about 7 percent of applicants. At a recent “National Hiring Day” McDonalds accepted only 6.2 percent, according to CBS2Chicago.
Working at McDonalds is far more likely to provide an education grounded in reality than Harvard.
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