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."

5 Comments:

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...

Hey Mark Garrity, shameless blogwhore here. I wrote the College Repub Nat'l. Committee 4 times then Bush & Cheney and even DeLay trying to encourage the cool kids to enlist or at least put up a GoArmy.com link on the CRNC website. If you like a pyschotic who channels Stuart Smalley and Mark Steyn at the same time I think you'll like these missives. JC Christian himself said "it's so good I may have to steal his keyboard." A commenter at Kos said, "Funniest.Diary.Ever" Another at TPM Cafe called it "brilliant". Why not check them all out at:

http://www.dailykos.com/user/Markg8

Then leave me some feedback and let me know what you think, ok? And as always let's keep spreading the word about OYE. Thanks.

MG

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.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,160406,00.html

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.

Pathetic.

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."

L

9:37 AM  

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