When this does happen, the leaders will have to take steps so that the cancer that infected America for decades will be unable to spread itself again. Of course to really stop a cancer from metastasizing, the tumor must be removed. In the case of the lawyer culture that has infected America, the root of the problem, indeed the tumor is the law schools. Don't take my word for it:
In the book, How Lawyers Lose Their Way, The authors, both law professors, argue that these professional demands are only symptoms of a deeper problem: the way lawyers are taught to think and reason. They show how legal education and practice have been rendered arid and dull by formalism, a way of thinking that values precedent and doctrine above all, exalting consistency over ambiguity, rationality over emotion, and rules over social context and narrative.
Scandal, disgrace, morals, patriotism, faith, religion, fairness, compassion, equality, life and death are only matters to be adjudicated and produce billable hours, nothing more. read more…
So the first order of business after our Republic is restored, is to remove the 'cancerous tumor' that is the law schools. Whether we close them down and start all over or simply install non-lawyer leaders to design and administer them, is a conversation for another time.
Now on to the unusual topic of this post; 'The Unknown Law School Student'. This is a great story but what surprises me the most, is that we don't hear more of these from students as they experience the degradation of their common sense, reasoning and character as they attend law schools nation wide. I wish I had a dollar for every lawyer who give up the profession because of the corrupted system and the privileged scum they have to work. Yes, there are still men with character in the legal profession but not very many. But this is the first time I ever heard of a student 'bailing' and speaking his mind before they indoctrinate him into their cult.
Anyway, this guy at Yale Law School had it and he let them all know exactly how he felt and what he thought of his soulless-to-be fellow law students. Hope to get his name. Sounds like a real asset to GLOOG and our country. Here's the story.
Yale Law Student Explodes At His Classmates In The Most Public Way Possible
Posted on January 31, 2013 by Abby Rodgers
And he's letting them know it in this open letter posted to the school's listserv and then reposted by Above The Law:
I realized I hate law and politics. Why? Because I literally hate like 90% of you, and honestly I don’t really feel like going down the path that involves being stuck with even more people like you who literally have no sense of humor and get offended over literally everything. You think Clarence Thomas hates YLS? Clarence Thomas ain’t got [expletive] on me.
I’ve watched as you guys get offended over the dumbest [expletive] and wax political over the dumbest [expletive]. LOL. I mean wow, and seriously, this [expletive] school. If the sticks up your [expletive] were any larger, you guys would give Muslim extremists a run for their money. I thought Muslim terrorists were pretty bad for getting offended to the point of wanting to cause physical violence over a drawing, but I’m willing to bet there are a couple of words I could throw out there on this forum that would turn even you guys into rabid angry dogs. Anger. And Hatred. Over a WORD. A [expletive] WORD. USED OUT OF CONTEXT. I’ve come to realize that even at the smartest, most “enlightened” institution, students can be literally retarded and have no basic grasp of logic or rationality.
The letter goes on to accuse students of making racist jokes about Asian "tiger moms," and judging him for choosing a career in Big Law.