But Andrews continued to refer yesterday to Haneef as "highly suspicious" and cited a newly obtained opinion from the Solicitor-General, David Bennett, that the visa cancellation power was properly exercised. Andrews has sought legal advice on whether he could release what he previously described as "secret information" attached to the wider federal police brief he says he relied upon.
Dean Wormer, your views?
Dean Wormer: Greg, what is the worst fraternity on this campus?
Greg: Well that would be hard to say, sir. They're each outstanding in their own way.
Dean Wormer: Cut the horseshit, son. I've got their disciplinary files right here. Who dropped a whole truckload of fizzies into the swim meet? Who delivered the medical school cadavers to the alumni dinner? Every Halloween, the trees are filled with underwear. Every spring, the toilets explode.
Greg: You're talking about Delta, sir.
Dean Wormer: Of course I'm talking about Delta, you TWERP! This year is going to be different. This year we are going to grab the bull by the BALLS and kick those punks off campus.
Greg: What do you intend to do sir? Delta's already on probation.
Dean Wormer: They are?
Greg: Yes, sir.
Dean Wormer: Oh. Then as of this moment, they're on DOUBLE SECRET PROBATION!
Greg: Double Secret Probation, Sir?
Dean Wormer: There is a little-known codicil in the Faber College constitution which gives the dean unlimited power to preserve order in time of campus emergency. Find me a way to revoke Delta's charter. You live next door. Put Neidermeyer on it. He's a sneaky little shit, just like you, right? [Greg nods] The time has come for someone to put their foot down. And that foot is me.
So who in the Cabinet is that sneaky little shit Neidermeyer? I personally think it would be Abbott.
Needless to say I am sure someone in the executive will shortly release information to the press on Haneef being seen stocking a truckload of fizzys ahead of the great APEC swim meet.