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Stanford Students, Faculty Protest Rumsfeld's Appointment To On-Campus Think Tank

Via CNN: Students and professors at Stanford University are protesting Donald Rumsfeld's appointment to a campus think tank, saying the former defen

artrumsfeldgi.jpg Via CNN:

Students and professors at Stanford University are protesting Donald Rumsfeld's appointment to a campus think tank, saying the former defense secretary does not uphold the "ethical values" of the school.

Shortly after Rumsfeld's appointment was announced in September, professor Pamela Lee began an online petition from faculty members opposed to bringing him to the Hoover Institution.

Since then, the petition has gained more than 3,500 signatures, including nearly 300 faculty members from such diverse disciplines as law, computer science, electrical engineering and drama.

"We view the appointment as fundamentally incompatible with the ethical values of truthfulness, tolerance, disinterested inquiry, respect for national and international laws, and care for the opinions, property and lives of others to which Stanford is inalienably committed," the petition reads. Read more...

We know Rummy doesn't lose any sleep over the soldiers he's responsible for sending to their deaths, so a little petition to keep him off the Stanford campus will probably roll off his back like so much dandruff.

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