August 26, 2009, - 6:57 pm

When a Snooty Left-Wing Celeb Goes to Grad School @ Harvard

By Debbie Schlussel

After I graduated from Business School, I had the opportunity to attend the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (KSG).  I scored in the 99th percentile of the grad school entrance exams, had a lot of political experience, and a former college prof of mine was a top KSG official who guaranteed I’d get in and heavily lobbied me to go.  I decided not to do it because I couldn’t afford it and already had two graduate degrees.  It was time to live in the real world.  And unlike Bill O’Reilly (who went to KSG, in case you missed one of his many boasts about his Harvard degree), I didn’t need a Harvard degree to make up for inadequacies in the hood or the cerebellum.  I already knew I wasn’t a dummy.

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And it’s a good thing I didn’t go.  Looks like I’d have the typical empty experience that classmates of feminist, pro-Obama, has-been movie star Ashley Judd got recently.  And she acts exactly the way you’d expect from any extremely snobby phony Hollywood “man of the little people” who lives among “the commoners.”  Judd  pretends to care about the poor in Africa and Latin America, but her snooty behavior even among fellow Harvard snobs is very telling about the real her.  For an ignoramus born to a serial slut (mother Naomi had more than one baby daddy while single–she and Wynona Judd have different fathers), she certainly has the snob indignation thing down pat.  From the August 31st issue of Us Magazine:

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This is what Ashley Judd’s feminism looks like:   “Hello, You Must Be Going.” Thanks, little people classmates, for performing in my minstrel show and entertaining me in my home away from Hollywood. Now, leave.

File under “Snobby Left-Wing Celebrities” (a triple redundancy).

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74 Responses

A lot of commenters don’t know Harvard too well. It’s a lot like other big Universities, all around the country. It invites people with all political views – no view dominates too much, because the point is to have lots of perspectives there. It’s a lot better for people to come and see the school and take in a class visit. Where Ashley Judd goes – the Kennedy School – is actually an amazing place. People are not only from all over the country, but all over the world. Their motto is Ask What You Can Do, and all views are present there. The students are as likely to go to New Orleans and help rebuild the city alongside residents of New Orleans as they are to go to the heart of Africa and help communities rebuild there. People are people and are free to believe what they want – that’s why the School can have graduates that are as different as O’Reilly and other citizens that do not share his view, in the same classroom at the same time. Sounds like Freedom to me to have lots of perspectives and none dominating – everyone’s entitled to their own ideas.

Andrew on April 10, 2010 at 12:53 pm

Out of topic but related,Debbie you are right that Ashley Judd is some piece of work,the whole clan is really messed up,from Naomi down the line,oh well,I guess this is how the new rich behaves.

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