Fox News calls it a "Raunchy campaign ad..." With "friends" like this, who needs the New York Slimes or the Washington Compost?
"Winteregg...worked as an adjunct professor of French for three years at the university, in addition to teaching at a high school.So running for Congress, and one edgy campaign ad, interfere with his ability to teach French? C'est du n'importe quoi!
"(At Cedarville) we don't get into politics,” Weinstein said. So your moral superiority leads you to be passive as a civil society collapses all around you? And your ethics prohibit your concerned professors from running for elected office? This university sounds like a real contribution to a better world.
...Winteregg said he has no regrets about the ad, saying he believes what Boehner has done in Congress is more offensive.Good point. Boehner is part of the problem. He supports an out-of-control federal government.
"I’m all in with this,” he said. “You got to do this the right way. People lose elections because they are passive, and I’m going to fight for this."
Winteregg faces Boehner and his other challenger, Eric Gurr, in the Republican primary on May 6. Suggested name change: Cedarville Inert/Clueless University. Good luck, professor. Hope you find a job at a university more committed to liberty.http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/04/30/raunchy-campaign-ad-costs-boehner-opponent-position-at-christian-university/#