Someone at Rutgers University recently got caught pushing liberal immigration policy to students.

Elissa Roberson of The College Conservative has the story.

To Whom It May Concern: Rutgers University Is Clueless

In a message to TCC staff, an anonymous student at Rutgers University forwarded an e-mail from the University’s VP of Public Affairs encouraging students to contact New Jersey’s Representatives and Senators to show their approval of the DREAM Act. The Rutgers University e-mail (written by VP of Public Affairs Pete McDonough) read as follows:

“As you may know, we have been working with New Jersey’s members of the US Senate and House of Representatives calling for the enactment of comprehensive immigration reform that includes the DREAM Act. We have made great progress and success may well be in sight.

The DREAM Act will be an enormous benefit to Rutgers; it will ensure that America’s very brightest students and researchers have the ability to earn a Rutgers degree or conduct research in our labs and other facilities.

We are encouraged by recent developments. A bipartisan group of eight US Senators has announced that they expect an agreement on comprehensive immigration reform in the very near future. A similar bipartisan group of Representatives has reported progress, as well.

You can make a difference on this issue, if you’d like to. It’s easy, it’s fast and it’s automated. But you have to take the first step.

If you share the belief that the time has come for comprehensive immigration reform, please take two minutes to urge your US Senator and Congressman to support bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform that includes the DREAM Act.”

Readers should keep in mind that the latest saga of the DREAM Act comes with the newly introduced and controversial bill, “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act” in the U.S. Senate. But that’s for another article.