Fletcher Reed wrote:
Fletcher is a special individual. He has constructed a reality where he genuinely believes that the words that come out of his mouth are divine; they're facts not opinions. His arrogance is overwhelming. His narcissism is unbearable. In a way, I feel sorry for him. I don't think he'll find satisfaction in anything that has anything to do with other people, including work and relationships.Two members of the Rutgers Board of Trustees
verbally expressed that the school is "bleeding", "faculty members and students are leaving", "applications are crashing through the floor". Additionally, the Board had documents in front of them that showed the law school was able to persuade only 25 applicants (out of thousands) to attend this Fall. The link is in one of the posts above.
If you were at the meeting, would you have personally attacked the Board members too for speaking the horrific truth?
And yet, the Board STILL voted to reject the merger. Seriously who the fuck are you? Chris Christie's kid?
And yes, NJ actually *does* care. The merger talks are *extremely* unpopular and anyone who actually lives here and who has talked to anyone about it would know.
Also, you didn't rebut what i said at all about the fact that it's all about quid pro quo and croneyism and corruption rather than what is BEST for NJ. Anyone who doesn't think the Rutgers name means something or is important to the school and the students is living under a rock (and not The Rock -- and no I'm not talking about the wrestler
). And this isn't just about the law school, it's about the undergrad too. The Board said "NO". Lautenberg was down there the other day, and he has a shitton of political clout in this state too and is VERY against the merger.
Anyway, I will let Fletcher continue to poke holes in his Rutgers-Camden voodoo dolls and keep praying that somehow someone will overrule the Trustees. But he shouldn't hold his breath.