April 1, 2005

Fun with logic

Funny story on Dartlog about a protest this morning on campus.

A group of New Hampshire conservatives and libertarians protested in front of Baker Library this morning, demanding the right to participate in Dartmouth's Trustee election in what one organizer called "election fun."

Ed Naile, president of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers and a Republican election monitor, said that since Dartmouth students not from New Hampshire are allowed to vote in state and local elections, New Hampshire residents who are not alumni should be allowed to vote in College elections.

That's a riot. I'm continually envious of the fun Republicans are capable of having.

Dartlog doesn't mention that the premise of the group's next demonstration will be that "since all men are mortal, and all men are primates, all monkeys are immortal."

Incidentally, all these logicians said they would vote for petition candidates Peter Robinson '79 and Todd Zywicki '88 (no joke).

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous2:08 AM

    Robinson and Zywicki WON and Naile is not a Republican.

    Vote fraud knows no party.. but in NH you can bet it's mostly Democrats doing it.

    Naile just happens to be an honest Democrat. That's rare.