Chancellor’s crocodile tears for illegals, what about ill-served citizen students??
All citizens should let their state & local administrations, faculties, etc. hear from them regarding preferential treatment for illegal aliens and the deliberate dumb-down of citizen students.
Here is a fax to the head of the U. of A. sent on the first day of business, January 2011.
G. David Gearhart
Chancellor Univ. of Arkansas
January 3, 2011
Your guest column appearing in the Dem-Gaz titled The Inn is Full is so right on. So why are you beating the drums for amnesty? There are some sources which estimate there are 25-35 million illegal Mexicans and OTM’s roosting in our Republic compliments of lawbreakers such as yourself and the likes of the Tyson’s, etc. etc.
You speak of Jose, Jasmine, David and finally Carlos, which no doubt are good students and would in all probability become productive citizens, however they are lawbreakers and as Chancellor of the U. of A. you surely understand we are a nation founded on the rule of law. What about the myriad of citizen students who would like that opportunity and do you have comments regarding the attacks on children’s minds brought about by the failed K-12 government schools who are serving up dilution of course work, indoctrination and grade-fixing? You’re need to remediate so many students is outrageous. Your considerable influence would be better used to benefit American kids. The government school system has turned academics/education into a social event.
So Chancellor Gearhart, aside from the four you mentioned what about the hundreds of thousands that have no intention of taking advantage (or assimilating) of the unearned largesse that bureaucrats such as yourself offer the hordes of illegals, and by the way, who pays?
As a so-called public servant charged with the responsibility of molding our college students, you are setting a poor example for those under your watch, and additionally are campaigning on taxpayer time and money for amnesty for illegals and could be held accountable in a court of law.