posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 03:53 PM
Originally posted by mnemeth1
reply to post by maybereal11
If you watched the video and read the article, you would know why the club is no where to be found.
Obviously all the participants in the video were actors and the entire thing was staged simply to make the administration look bad.
I watched the Video and read your OP article plus a few others for context.
Prior to "Club rush" any club is required "non-optional" to register with the university.
YAF did not do this.
In 60 seconds I found out exactly where and how to register a club with that university and provided a link to the same.
YAF evidently had enough time to produce literature, banners, get a table and chairs, round up a few memebers and set up at "Club Rush"...but they
chose not to register like the other "clubs"?
Convenient that they had camera's rolling when they accused the woman in charge of clubs at the university of being upset with there literature when
she point blank said "You did not register"
Strange in the video the girl claimed she ahd recieved permission directly from that woman...the woman shows up and all of sudden the YAF girl is
saying something about an email she sent instead...The woman in charge asks her for the email and...evidently the YAF girl couldn't find it.
It smells...it really smells.
It's a staged controversy that serves two conservative rhetorical themes...
(1) Look!!! Republicans are victims of tyrannical liberals... and (2) Universities are full of liberal commies...Colleges are bad!!!
If you can contest via factual evidence anything I put in my post I would be happy to discuss.
edit on 10-9-2010 by maybereal11 because: (no reason given)