Dear Lozar Theofilactidis:
Your stab at humor regarding incoming Dartmouth College president Dr. Jim Yong Kim sure struck a nerve among the hypersensitive PC police, didn't it? After all, only stuckup leftists wouldn't find jokes about Dr. Kim's Korean-American ethnicity funny, particularly given the obvious satire of referring to Dr. Kim as a "chinaman". That zinger probably flew right over the heads of the speech police, as did this:
On July 1, yet another hard-working American’s job will be taken by an immigrant willing to work in substandard conditions at near-subsistent wage, saving half his money and sending the rest home to his village in the form of traveler’s checks,” the message states, in part. “Unless ‘Jim Yong Kim’ means ‘I love Freedom’ in Chinese, I don’t want anything to do with him. Dartmouth is America, not Panda Garden Rice Village Restaurant.
It's a shame isn't it, that a campus wit such as yourself is forced to endure outrage over a simple joke, especially when the joke is circulated as an email blast, Dartmouth's comedic Generic Good Morning Message, to over 1000 students and alumni, most of whom are probably good Americans like yourself?
And it's a shame that the thought police forced you to apologize for your humor, isn't it? Don't worry, real Americans know that your apology was insincere, and probably forced on you after Chinese water torture or having bamboo shoved into your fingernails, because you refuse to apologize in your own name. If I were in your shoes, getting slandered by all sorts of weirdos who probably aren't even American, I wouldn't want to have my name revealed either. Because while taking actual responsibility, exercising your right to free speech like a man, might require revealing your name, you'd likely have to take an ass-whuppin'.