Sam Heller is only a junior at Yale, but he wrote this colorful, but politically non-commital column, which was actually posted on Free Republic.
Goodbye, boys, I die a true American.” So went the apocryphal last words of Bill “The Butcher” Poole as he died on March 8, 1855. He’d been fatally shot in the heart, but he’d hung on for another 11 days, presumably to think of something totally metal to say…
Thing is, though, here at Yale, we have a political climate maybe an inch or two to the left of center – not sure if you’ve heard… My political views hover on the right-most end of Yale’s political discourse, and I’m not even that conservative.
Worth a read. You’ll be seeing this kid in the future. Who knows? Maybe he’ll become conservative after all.
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