Not 10 minutes after Van Tuinen began handing out copies of the Constitution, a campus police officer arrived to stop him. Van Tuinen was informed that anytime someone wants to pass out anything on campus, it must first be registered and approved by the Student Development office.
Upon arriving at that office, Van Tuinen talks with administrator Christine Serrano, who tells him that because of “a time, place, and manner,” he can only pass out literature inside the “free speech area,” which she informs him is “in front of the student center, in that little cement area.” She asks him to fill out an application and asks to photocopy his student ID. Hauling out a binder, Serrano says that she has “two people on campus right now, so you’d have to wait until either the 20th, 27th, or you can go into October.” Van Tuinen protests that he wants to pass out the Constitution on Constitution Day, at which point Serrano dismissively tells him “you really don’t need to keep going on.”
Do any of us, really? I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: if the Founders came back tomorrow to see what the despicable inheritors of the fruits of their blood and toil had done with their legacy, they’d find us too disgusting to even bother pissing on.
Jeez. Just when you think the PC orcs can’t surprise you anymore, along comes something like this.
I’m not surprised. The American education system has become nothing but a fast network of progtardian stalags designed to do nothing more than impregnate young minds with the notion that all liberty is a gift of the state that can be reclaimed at any time.
In other words, in Progtardia, everything not compulsory is forbidden.