"Let's jump on a plane to Crazy Town"

Rashid Dar of the Muslim Students Association at UW-Madison, several wardrobe changes into his rambly monologue, makes the above statement as he tries to explain his opposition to a speech on campus by the provocative Ayaan Hirsi Ali.  I can't say his reasoning holds much water:

"DLS speakers have always encouraged thought, they've always encouraged dialogue.  They've always prompted questions and conversation.  And Ms. Ali does none of this."

MSA2DLS from Rashid Dar on Vimeo.