I’m Not Ashamed To Admit That I Openly Wept When I Read This

Harvard Sucks
Another example of discrimination against Harvard assholes

Professor John Evans Evans-John of the Harvard School of Harvard Asshole Studies at Harvard University offers a heartrending peek behind the veil of discrimination that so oppresses the Harvard Asshole American community:

Supreme Court vacancies are only one area in public life where Harvard Assholes face a daunting glass ceiling. As hard as it is to imagine, anti-Harvard Asshole discrimination is even worse in America’s non-lifetime appointment job sector. Harvard graduates regularly find themselves all but blackballed from participation in some of our society’s most prestigious and highest-paying professions. One need only look at the curriculum vitae of America’s country music singers, NBA all-stars, and lingerie supermodels to realize that entire swaths of society have hung out a de facto ‘Harvard Assholes Need Not Apply’ sign. The message from the Old Boys network may be transmitted in silence, but it comes through loud and clear: “You’re good enough to run our FCC, Harvard boy, but not good enough for a hiphopper recording contract. We’ll let you design our GM bailout plans, but don’t even think about driving our Nascarmobiles.”

Deep, sincere thanks to Iowahawk, who, with the warm generosity of spirit that we’ve come to expect of him over the years, graciously stepped aside from his post as the greatest living satirist in the western world in order to give Professor Evans-John access to his mighty web-publishing empire and publicize the desperate plight of Harvard Assholes everywhere.

The Second Chance

Utah Senator Bob Bennett
Utah Senator Bob Bennett - he never saw it coming.

The American Thinker:

To avoid Robert Bennett’s fate, the GOP must do things. ObamaCare must either be repealed or emasculated (if a veto-proof majority cannot be put together). The illegals problem must be solved firmly and quickly. The southern border must be secured before it explodes. The plague of PC that has overwhelmed political decision-making in this country since the first Bush administration must be ended. These only comprise a start. What people are demanding is a rollback. They will get it, or the politicians who stand in their way will wind up on the same ashheap as Bennett.

It happens that what the people are calling for matches the platform of the GOP almost point for point. The Republicans can prevail simply by being themselves, living up to their own standards and rhetoric. But we should never underestimate the Republican capacity for blowing a two-foot putt. Remember Dede Scozzafava, for one example.

If the Republicans drop the ball this time, if they toss aside their principles, break their promises, lose themselves in deals, Bennett’s downfall will expand to the level of massacre. 2012 will become the year of the third party, a serious third party, not the vanity productions of Ross Perot, but something we haven’t seen since 1912. And more than likely led by a populist crank of the Ron Paul variety. The last such upsurge by the Perotistas gave us Bill Clinton. And the next one…?

Second chances are rare in Politics.  Don’t screw this one up, GOP.