Robison says on his blog that he wants to make a difference in how Autism Speaks allocates its research funds. He plans to advocate for the organization to change its funding priorities in the direction of "work that can lead to better lives for today's autistic population."
Good luck with that, buddy. I'm picturing a little rubber duckie bobbing around on the ocean in front of the Titanic. He can do all the squeaking he likes, but the only thing that's going to change the ship's trajectory is when it finally hits the iceberg and goes down.
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