September 11, 2013
Students Protest GW Bush's Global Service Award, Want 'Handcuffs' Instead
Hat tip: Josiah Ryan and Campus Reform
President Bush was originally to receive the award for "Improving the Human Condition," in part for his contribution to the fight against HIV/AIDS, but the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies changed the name of the award after 1,600 students, faculty and citizens signed a petition in opposition.
If these students and faculty have their way, President Bush would be thrown in jail instead of recognized for anything positive. In their leftist utopian world, humanitarian peace prizes are only justified by the correct political affiliations and glittery campaign speeches...