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Monday, September 10, 2007

Dollarboy needs to clarify this, too...

+Ad Maiorem Managhani Gloriam+

Since the pro-Moneyman group is being more conciliatory these days, I'd like to state another erroneous statement, among others, that requires restatement "for the sake of clarity."

In the past week or so, the CNS interview with Dean D, included this statement:

Cybercast Shill Service: So, despite the millions donated, the jobs created,
the students educated - despite all these things - there is a very nasty battle
among academics over the relocation of a building?

Dean Dobranski: The relocation was a catalyst for the complaints. But a
major issue is not about Florida - it's about governance. And the critics
believe that they run the law school and that the board does not.


First, let's point out what is right about this statement: the issue is governance. $boy got that right, but he fumbles on the 5 yard line when he says "the critics believe that they run the law school and that the board does not."

NO, we believe that Moneyman runs the law school and the board does not. Maybe $boy has been studying Clinton's memoirs, or something, but the parodies, sarcasm, and outright outrage expressed here and everywhere else is that there is no thought allowed except for those of our blessed Founder, Who art in Naples.

The critics don't believe the board runs the school because Our Founder Moneyhan demands that his will be done in Ann Arbor as it is is Immokallee.

But that's what you said here, isn't it, Barney, when you failed to correct the Shill reporter's framing of the question (even Lonewolf and RK7th would be less transparent than this one) "So, despite the millions donated, the jobs created, the students educated - despite all these things - there is a very nasty battle among academics over the relocation of a building?" Oh wait, comments like that one just prove the bias the critics have that Moneyman is the blessed founder whose will is done no matter what.

You're right, Dean D, when you say that the issue is governance, you're right when you say we believe the board doesn't run the school, but you're wrong that we think we do -- it's Moneyman's capricious and arbitrary narcissism that runs the school.

So, let's see more good will clarification. The "clean bill of health" was "clarified" to become a responsive pleading to Rule 13(a) proceedings. Now, at least be forthright in the way you characterize us.

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