Moonbat Educator of the Week

7 05 2008

Filed under: Liberalism, Homosexuality, Politics, Christianity

This one will be hard to top anytime soon. A University of Toledo administrator, Crystal Dixon, wrote a response article for the online Toledo Free Press decrying an column by Michael S. Miller in which he compared the struggles of homosexuals [to acquire “special” rights] to black Americans in the civil rights movement. Miller was wrong, Dixon was right, but the university bows at the altar of political correctness and took measures to discipline Ms. Dixon even though she expressed her opinions as a private citizen:

As first reported on WTOL TV, Crystal Dixon, associate vice president of human resources, wrote in her column posted on the newspaper’s Web site April 18, “As a black woman … I take great umbrage at the notion that those choosing the homosexual lifestyle are ‘civil rights victims.’ Here’s why. I cannot wake up tomorrow and not be a black woman. I am genetically and biologically a black woman … Daily, thousands of homosexuals make a life decision to leave the gay lifestyle evidenced by the growing population of PFOX (Parents and Friends of Ex Gays) and Exodus International just to name a few.”

Tolerance and equality. Until someone crosses them, and then it’s hell to pay.

Liberal altar boy, Lloyd Jacobs, who also bumbled his way to becoming the University of Toledo President, wrote a column for last Friday’s edition that provides a great illustration of the view while bowing at the altar of tolerance:

Although I recognize it is common knowledge that Crystal Dixon is associate vice president for Human Resources at the University of Toledo, her comments do not accord with the values of the University of Toledo. It is necessary, therefore, for me to repudiate much of her writing and to make this attempt to clarify our values system. The Strategic Plan of the University of Toledo states certain “Core Values.” Among them are “Diversity, Integrity and Teamwork.” The document further states that we “create an environment that values and fosters diversity; earn the trust and commitment of colleagues and the communities served; provide a collaborative and supportive work environment, based upon stewardship and advocacy, that adheres to the highest ethical standard.”

I have to interrupt here. “Diversity, Integrity and Teamwork.”? Unless it goes against your personal, or even the majority, opinion. Just be honest for once and say that you care more about advancing your agenda than actually caring about people and their rights.

“…adheres to the highest ethical standard.” Hello, earth to the, uh, President, if you tolerate homosexuality as an acceptable expression of sexuality, you have no ethical standard. What you have is a fluctuating standard that varies depending on the opinion du jour.

Here is the bald face lie:

The University of Toledo welcomes, supports and places value upon persons of every variety. Disability, race, age or sexual orientation are not included in any decision making process nor the evaluation of worth of any individual at this university.

“…welcomes, supports and places value upon persons of every variety…” Don’t look now, but you just lied. You certainly aren’t welcoming the opinions of Ms. Dixon and we all know why – they don’t align with yours. Your next sentence clearly exposes your lie:

To the extent that appearances may exist which are contrary to this value statement, we will continue to do everything in our power to align all of our actions every day with the value system discussed.

We will be taking certain internal actions in this instance to more fully align our utterances and actions with this value system.

What “value” system did you discuss? The one that depends on what liberals decide is tolerable when they woke up that morning.

It is my hope there may be no misunderstanding of my personal stance, nor the stance of the University of Toledo, concerning the issues of “Gay Rights and Wrongs.”

Oh, don’t worry, there is no confusion at all. That is, if your worldview is de-sensitized enough to recognize your lies. If we simply try and pretend you are being honest, then misconception will abound.

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