Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Well, well, well.

Why am I not surprised?

Scroll down to the e-mail exchange the "Operation Yellow Elephant" operative has with one of the Gonzaga College Republicans.

Always a joy to see "conservative students who are truly committed to principles and values."


Blogger Mr. H.K. said...

I've never trusted those myriad campus Republican groups... Not in my undergrad days, and not in my grad school days, and not now...

Not no how...

5:09 PM  
Blogger markg8 said...

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6:29 PM  
Blogger Trey Desolay said...

Fortunately, the President's No Child Left Behind Act will guarantee that future college Republicans are not so yellow.


That is, provided they live long enough to make it to college.

1:35 PM  
Blogger iwasfixin2 said...

Did you actually bother to read that email exchange? Where did the Republican come-off as 'yellow'? He seemed to be having a good time at the expense of the pretender because he didn't take that person seriously. I mean -- who the heck encourages others to sign-up for the military on behalf of the military. Sounds suspect -- and that's what it seemed like in the exchange. And it also wasn't long before the gig was up.


Slow down. Breath moe. Read. R-E-A-D. Be enlightened and not spoon-fed.

12:57 PM  
Blogger Lillet Langtry said...

"-- who the heck encourages others to sign-up for the military on behalf of the military" ?

Umm, I did R-E-A-D the exchange. There are quite a few people who are actually paid to encourage others to sign up for the military on behalf of the military.

They're called "recruiters."


9:37 AM  

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