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Professor Woolcock of Foothill College (San Jose, CA) needs his chops busted for flunking Kuwaiti student, Ahmad Al-Qloushi, for NOT writing an essay against the Constitution of the United States of America.

For their final exam, Mr. Woolcock had students write an essay on one of several topics that he circulated.
...The topic chosen by Mr. Al-Qloushi stated that some scholars "contend that the Constitution of the United States was not 'ordained and established' by 'the people' as we have often been led to believe. They contend instead that it was written by a small educated and wealthy elite in America who were representative of powerful economic and political interests. Analyze the U.S. Constitution (original document), and show how its formulation excluded the majority of people living in America at that time, and how it was dominated by America's elite interests."...

Al- Qloushi wrote about how the formation of America led to freedom in other countries:

..."I completely disagree. ... The American Constitution worried monarchs in Europe. The right for men to choose their own representatives was unheard-of in the rest of the world. ... The United States Constitution might have excluded the majority of people at the time. But it progressed, and America, like every nation in the world, progressed ...
    "Because of America, the world is free. ... America freed Kuwait and is now currently in a fight to free Iraq and its 25 million residents and vanquish the tyranny and monstrosity of Saddam Hussein."...

Professor Woolcock flunked and admonished Al-Qloushi (who now may be sent back to Kuwait for failing).  The whole story is here at the Washington Times.

[Thanks to Dzirhan for the link.]

Update: Major Kev points out that Michelle Malkin posts about professor/bloggers that took a look at Al-Qloushi's essay and found it wanting on academic merits.