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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

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 Beware of dangerous MIT scientists!

In response to Boston Globe columnist Bryan McGrory's request that Rick Santorum explain his view that Boston is to blame for the Catholic priest sex scandal, Santorum's office said "It's an open secret that you have Harvard University and MIT that tend to tilt to the left in terms of academic biases," said Robert Traynham, Santorum's aide. ''I think that's what the senator was speaking to."

So I guess it was a swarm of Harvard and MIT professors -- not Catholic priests -- that molested children?

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