March 26, 2007, - 12:57 pm
Harold & Kumar Join the ACLU: Actor Kal Penn Denounces Terrorist Profiling; Teaches Course on it at UPenn
By Debbie Schlussel
Actor Kal Penn–of “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” fame–has been getting a lot of attention this year–first for his portrayal of Muslim terrorist “Ahmed” on “24″ and now for his starring role in “The Namesake.”
Penn (real name: Kalpen Suresh Modi) is a talented actor, but when it comes to his politics, there are just two words needed: shut up.
In an interview with USA Weekend, he says of his role on “24″:
I hope it ticked people off enough that they’re going to write their senators and say we don’t believe that racial profiling will capture any terrorists.
He sounds like the stoner he played in “Harold & Kumar.” Maybe he wasn’t acting.
Uh, actually Kal, in poll after poll, most Americans do believe in racial profiling. They know it works. If only our federal law enforcement would actually practice it, we’d get the job done.
Penn just finished filming the “Harold & Kumar 2“. And, unfortunately, he has extra time on his hands to teach courses on film at the prestigious University of Pennsylvania.
And you can bet he will be railing against profiling of Muslim terrorists (many of whom are Asian) in his courses–one of them is “Images of Asian Americans in Media.”
If you are a Penn student planning to take this course, remember to do the PC thing and regurgitate the left-wing BS against profiling. You’ll get an A. And don’t forget to praise “Harold & Kumar,” which the conceited Penn has also put on the course syllabus as “very educational” (riiiiight).
And don’t forget to write me with reports on the PC BS you’re “taught” by Kal Penn. I’ll post it. You’re paying for an Ivy League education, and instead, getting an ACLU education.
Academia, Entertainment, and the Media are the most important establishments controlled by leftists. Penn’s got 2 of the three covered.
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