Oh, man. That poor reporter can't get rid of him fast enough!
Also, he does this:
Chris Brown's main issue is abortion, which is not all that unusual. He does however have his own unusual take on the subject:
(from the Brown Daily Herald)
On the issuesOkaaaaaay. . . . .
To Young, the biggest issue the country faces is abortion.
“Abortion is tied to all the economic problems that are occurring in this country,” Young said.
Young said he also believes abortion is a form of eugenics, through which pro-choice advocates are encouraging the racial cleansing of blacks. A disproportionately large number of abortions involve low-income, black women, he said.
“This is the new civil rights issue of this country,” Young said of his theory of racial cleansing. “You’re on the ground floor of an issue that will be exposed. It will be exposed.”
I'm sure it will be, Chris. It'll be exposed. Why don't you have a nice lie-down now?
he opposes legislation. . . to tax students, and instead seeks to find a way to tax universities without burdening their students.
“These university presidents make hundreds of thousands of dollars in salaries. Why should the students have to pay? (Universities) should just not pay their staff as much,” he said.
Oh, sure. Yeah, that'll happen.
Universities seem to be a bit of a sore point with Chris:
Taking money from universities to give to municipalities would “decrease the power that these little ‘quasi-governments’ are taking away from the public interest,” he said. He said he advocates taxing universities’ properties as well as their trusts and also wishes to remove their abilities to arm their police forces.
And there's this story, headlined:
Charges dropped, but Young still banned from campuswhich includes this little snippet:
Young said the University has not yet contacted him about its December order that he not enter University property. The order was issued in a “retaliatory manner” for his vocal opposition to the arming of Brown police and the University’s tax-exempt status, Young said.
“Their agenda, clearly, is also tied to my desire to investigate Ruth Simmons and her role with Goldman Sachs as well as her role on the Council on Foreign Relations and why these university presidents are making so much money,” he said.
No one ever mentions the Council on Foreign Relations who isn't totally sane and rational!