More than 200 Iraqi professors have been killed since Operation Iraqi
Liberation Freedom. David Horowitz thinks this is a wonderful development.
Education expert and finder-of-Islamocommie-bias David Horowitz hailed this turn of events in the snooty Iraqi academy.
“Professors who are out of touch with their students, or use their position to advance personal agendas, face immediate reprisals in Iraq,” asserts Horowitz, picking at his scalp for lice. “If only we had that kind of accountability at Berkeley or Brow — gotcha, you treasonous little bug! Say hello to my Freedom Crush!”
Horowitz laments that those who have made it onto his hit list haven’t met the same fate.
Like their American counterparts, Iraqi college students enjoy the recreational pastimes that come with higher education. One favorite is Spring Break The Country Into Warring Factions, where if you actually get out of Baghdad in one piece, you have to do a shot — to the head.
“Under Saddam, if you kept to yourself and stuck to the books, you’d get a degree and perhaps a decent job, either in Iraq, or better, overseas,” says Ibrahim Saleh al-Abdul while sweeping up shell casings near a university quad. “But today, anything’s possible. You can begin the day majoring in science, and by lunchtime, pleading for your life on some jihadist website. In liberated Iraq, you are limited only to the degree that you are out-numbered or out-gunned.”