What a great idea for fighting for the rights of others. Don’t make it about them, make it about us. Normally I wouldn’t espouse this particular view, but it seems to work in this scenario. Non-Americans don’t have constitutional protections, so international scholars who are denied entry into the country have no legal standing. American scholars do have the ability to argue violation of the First Amendment. Good strategy.
The Convert | This American Life. In 2006, a new convert showed up at a mosque in Orange County, California, eager to study the Koran and make new friends. But when he started acting odd and saying strange things, those friends got suspicious. To them, he was Farouk al-Aziz. But his real name was Craig Monteilh, and he was working undercover for the FBI.
McCain invented the Blackberry. If McCain is Canadian, can he run for president of the USA? I suppose he needs to keep up with the Democrats who invented the internet. Although Bush did invent the internetS, so McCain really needs to keep up with his mentor. Is this a good analogy?: Bush = Emperor Palapatine McCain = Count Dooku Palin = Young Anakin (learning at the feet of the master) Election 2008, McCain
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