The world's littlest violin might not be enough -- this guy needs a dose of sad trombones, too.
And when you look at his manly, Galtian "qualifications," you find them rife with government...that is, unless there's a private market in "missile technology" I'm unaware of.
His chosen school, Seattle University, is a Jesuit institution...which means a tax-free ride on everyone else's shoulders...though you can easily and conveniently apply for federal financial aid by visiting their website. And I'll bet S.U. vigorously participates in any of a number of local (Seattle, i.e., Boeing), State, and/or federal research grant programs.
I swear, one of the biggest problems I have with our modern Randian masters is that they're such weenies...like the I-built-it business guy at the Redumblican Convention whose paean to the private market was a cri du coeur about how the stimulus program cut into his lucrative trade making road signs...for the government.
It's like John Galt, but for not very gifted toddlers and morans [sic].