Both UofL President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willinganz, chief members of the university's Inner Party, upset with the Oldthink expressed by the company's Dan Cathy, have decided to use their official positions to enforce their personal left-wing political views on campus and to expel any Chick-fil-A for possible Thoughtcrimes.
Our comments on the Intolerance Eruption at the university were carried in the Lexington Herald-Leader and on public radio.
But there may be good news. UofL has not made a decision yet on whether they are going to kick Chick-fil-A off the campus:
Mark Hebert, a spokesman for U of L, said Monday the university has not made any decisions yet on whether it will or can terminate Chik-fil-A's contract. Willihnganz is meeting with student groups this week to determine their views on the issue, Hebert said.That's encouraging: U of L isn't being intolerant and discriminatory yet; they're just considering whether they can be intolerant and discriminatory.
Our next step is to publicly call on the university to dump its current fight song in favor of the following: