But we can understand, Cedarville is a Christian University, and that Cialis-takeoff was just too much for all those Christian college students who have been watching these ads, and far worse, for years. The speculation -- the school had to do it -- a matter of principle, don't you know? But no, no principle involved in this decision. Pure politics at Cedarville University.
The Daily Caller exclusively reported Monday that Boehner’s tea party primary challenger J.D. Winteregg was fired from his job as an adjunct professor at Ohio’s Cedarville University for running an anti-Boehner campaign ad accusing the speaker of “Electile Dysfunction.” Winteregg is challenging Boehner in the district’s May 6 Republican primary.
WHAT???“I would say the raciness of it, sure,” was the reason the Christian college fired Winteregg, Cedarville University spokesman Mark Weinstein told TheDC, referring to the sexual innuendo in Winteregg’s ad. Weinstein also told FoxNews.com that “(At Cedarville) we don’t get into politics.”
But Cedarville University chancellor Dr. William Brown participated in a press conference Monday in Ohio calling for Boehner, his congressman, to pass immigration reform. Brown participated in the event one day before joining a group of pastors in flying to Washington, D.C. to meet with their representatives to discuss the issue. Cedarville University has featured an internship in Boehner’s congressional office as an official discipline-related experience for students. Source: Daily Caller (read about the West Point Grad who lost his job for facing off with John Boehner)
These are the Christians of the National Council of Churches, folks. You must not underestimate them.
The primary for Ohio's 8th District is Tuesday, May 6th. Read a profile on J.D. Winteregg here and see his well-thoughtout Secure the Border Plan, and see the differences between Winteregg and Boehner here.