Traditionally I am proud to remain above responding to your posts, but something is frightfully clear here, and should be pointed out. I know that you fashion yourself a philosopher and use logic to extend your argument. I concede that you are a self-proclaimed philosopher and I merely proclaim myself a student of philosophy, so my view of logic may not be advanced as yours. But in the spirit of your critique let me offer my laypersons point of view.
Access to communication between members of an organization to which you do not belong is not within the scope of being a student. I am member of the student government association, as you are, by right of paying my student activities fee. However, I have no reasonable expectation that I would have the right to randomly have, without commitment or responsibility to said organization, access to all its conversations. Let me be clear here, you have the right to official actions and information of your governing body, it does not follow however, that communication between members of that organization are yours to know and critique. As a student I have the right to know about university decisions, but the personal inputs and conversations of the trustees and administration are not mine. I pay my tuition, but the biology lab is not in place for my personal use. I pay my tuition, but the registrars database is not mine to review. My point is that simply paying the bill does not allow us unilateral access to all facets of this school. The reason that we are not afforded that right is because our opinions are both irrellevent and uninformed. In this case, your critique is irrelevant because you are simply not abreast of the whole picture, all of the information isn't considered in your opinion. Much of the written communication between people you case you opinions on are the response to personal dialogue between individuals. Unfortunately, you base your opinions on secondary information and follow up conversations. Also, your critiques are irrelevant and unwelcome because of the critic, namely you. When I consider the opinions of people, I take into account the integrity and hearth of the person giving it. When I see you, I see an intelligent person who swore a personal commitment to his fellow student and then reneged. I also see individual who was in the position to address these issues face to face, and make a difference, but choose to run, hide, and make his critique from behind the veil of indifference and anonymity. Let me be clear on this point Chris, I respect you as a person but your antagonistic critiques will always be viewed in the light that it comes from someone who lacked the integrity to make these accusations in person. You are no D.H. Lawrence. You are a person who, when part of an organization riddled with problems, said nothing, left, and then pirated information and began to pass pseudo-intellectual, although sometimes very true, judgments.
While a representative of the student I will always welcome your opinion, but as my task is large, I would appreciate your opinion in the appropriate, and provided setting of public forum. I have never had a conversation with you that I didn't appreciate, but these emails are both wasteful and unwelcome. Do us all a favor and honor our request that you restrict your input to more effective avenues. As my best friends says when I am stubborn and wrong, "have a little dignity, dude!"