Let me begin by saying I supported David Ramadan. Early on, when he was appointed to the George Mason University Board of Visitors, I was among the first to congratulate him. When he was the subject of protests by wing nut anti-Muslims, I was among the first to defend him.
But something happened somewhere along the campaign trail, and that something is deeply troubling. Now Nixonesque in his no-holds-barred approach to campaigning and countering dissent, Ramadan has proven my support woefully misplaced.