October 4, 2012
“THREE UW PROFESSORS IRKED AT SOME DETAILS OF OBAMA’S RALLY,” and, yeah, I’m one of them. The article is in The Wisconsin State Journal, a traditional newspaper:
Downs was joined by law professor Ann Althouse and political science professor Ken Mayer in raising concerns. Mayer sent a letter outlining four concerns to university administrators on Wednesday. Althouse later shared it with [Instapundit], a conservative-leaning blog run by a Texas law professor.
Texas, Tennessee… what’s the difference? Not much, out here in Wyoming… I mean Wisconsin, where we’re lining up in droves to give our President a big hug after his debate debacle.
UPDATE (FROM GLENN): A reader emails:
I read this. Then I thought…well, isn’t this about audience suppression? I mean requiring registration and ID and such?
By the way, I am curious about the rainbow of color at this rally in Madison.
Heh. And I love the Tennessee/Texas confusion. In the words of Tex Ritter: “They say that Virginia is the mother of Texas. We never knew who the father was, but we kinda suspected Tennessee.”