Thursday, August 25, 2005

Montgomery County PA Young Republicans

I just stumbled across their site, and thought I'd let you all know about the officers. Certainly their bios show them worthy of recruitment to help out in Operation Fetid Quagmire, or whatever Preznit is calling it nowadays.

First up, Sarah Holcome, a real looker who works with Senator Rick Santorum (R-Canine) in the Philadelphia office. She's the Chairman, and as such probably has more balls than the rest of the lot. Please feel free to congratulate her on her leadership position, and encourage her to do some "walking point" in Fallujah by emailing her: sara@montcoyr.org

Next is James C. Saring, and among his accomplishments is being named the Pennsylvania Young Republican Richard M. Nixon Man of the Year in 2004. (As an aside, these folks give tons of awards -- or maybe the officers here are hogging all the awards. . . ) James has quite a square jaw there, and also a bit of a Charles Manson gleam in his eye. I'm thinking he's a candidate for service in Tikrit. Anyone agree? Encourage him to enlist by emailing at: jim@montcoyr.org

And then there's Avedis Boornazian, who looks far too much like an ARAB (gasp!) to be in this group. OK, maybe an Armenian. Likely he is a good Christian, don't you think? How else could he rise to the leadership position of Treasurer? His fiancee is Miss Sunnie Day Sanchez. Isn't that sweet? But she's likely a confirmed supporter of this war in Iraq, so she won't miss him. Heck, she might even work to raise money to get him some armor as he's patrolling the streets of Basra. Email him to encourage him to volunteer at avedis@montcoyr.org

The Corresponding Secretary is Dawn Delaney. She's a teacher in a local High School, but they need people who can teach in Iraq. Shoot, if she can control a High School classroom in Hatboro, surely she can control a riot of Shiites! Encourage her to enlist by writing to her at dawn@montcoyr.org.

George Gunning is the stud of the bunch. Evidently he's a fireman, or a fireman wannabe. Look at those steely eyes! And he's a Mason! Man, this guy could be the answer to all the problems in Iraq. He can help with infrastructure, being a fireman and all, and if he can crack the complex codes of the Scottish Rite Masons he's sure to be able to take apart an IED! Email him at george@montcoyr.org.

Jason Langheim is a student at Montgomery county Community college, but no worries! When he enlists in the war he supports he'll be able to get all kinds of tuition benefits. I'm a bit suspicious about this line in his bio, though: "He currently works for the Montgomery County Republican Committee under Adam Gattuso as Special Programs director." What KIND of "special projects?" Well, you know what they say, "don't ask, don't tell!" I recommend him, and you can, too: jason@montcoyr.org

Jim Veith was named "Best Oralist" at his Law School, but I suspect he's understood the error of his ways since then. He describes himself as slightly to the right of Rush Limbaugh, which speaks well of his eagerness to bring Democracy and sheer terror to the people of Iraq. Go to it, Jim Werth, and make sure to be polite when people email you here: jimv@montcoyr.org

Finally, that all-American girl Alexis Kropp has interned with Rick Santorum (R-VA), and doesn't even own one blue dress. She's a Philadelphia Eagles fan, and everyone knows I am one, too. So maybe I'll try to recruit her at a game. Football fans make great sentries, or so I'm told. Email and encourage Alexis at alexis@montcoyr.org.

I'm proud to introduce you all to this fine group of new recruits.

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26 Comments:

At 25 August, 2005 19:10, Blogger Jamie said...

A find lot they are. I think they would look good scowering the sands of Iraq in their camouflage while fighting for their war. Sign them up!

Jamie
http://intoxination.blogspot.com

 
At 25 August, 2005 19:41, Blogger cornhuskerblogger said...

ship em off. maybe then they'll see what W really wants for their muthas... http://cardcarryingmember.blogspot.com/2005/08/w-says-he-loves-ladies-we-know-better.html

 
At 25 August, 2005 21:56, Blogger The Kenosha Kid said...

I swear I didn't photoshop that picture of James C. Saring.

 
At 26 August, 2005 08:12, Blogger gttim said...

James has quite a square jaw there

James has a big old forehead as well. That is billboard material.

Jason Langheim is a student at Montgomery county Community college

Ouch, no fancy board positions for this guy. Hell, most of the big wigs wouldn't let a community college graduate caddie for them. Good to see he is sucking up to them.

 
At 26 August, 2005 09:34, Blogger SpinDentist said...

Kenosha, James needs no photoshopping. He's likely proud of that Neandrathal noggin.

 
At 26 August, 2005 14:49, Blogger Elbows said...

Email sent:

I lived a good portion of my life in montco (Lafayette Hill). It was
a great place and very republican. Yet it seems no one is joining the
noble cause by enlisting to fight the war? How can so many people be
for this war and army recruitment be down? As a fine republican I
hope you lead by example and enlist in the infantry.


Got a reply:

Mr. X:

For your information, one of our former Montco YR officers is serving in
Iraq in the Army JAG and an officer of our neighboring federation (Bucks
County) has just enlisted in the Army Rangers. Several YR federations in
Pennsylvania have sent care packages to our troops and are continuing these
efforts. Tell me sir, what have you done?

Regards,
-- Jim Saring

 
At 26 August, 2005 17:20, Blogger SID Tune said...

Good Liberals say, "It's easier to attack people then it is to attack the issues!"

 
At 26 August, 2005 20:52, Blogger Blogenfreude said...

Sid - it's you again. Why aren't you in Iraq already? Sign up - go fight. If you're more than a typical Repub who throws a bomb, then runs, that is ....

 
At 27 August, 2005 10:38, Blogger Lab Coat Larry said...

Tell me sir, what have you done?
Regards,
-- Jim Saring
SID Tune said...
Good Liberals say, "It's easier to attack people then it is to attack the issues!"


Hi Jimbo!

Great effort, I'm sure the soldiers enjoyed the care packages after patrol! Nothing like some Rice Krispie treats to help get you through living under constant threat of getting your tits blown off by an Iraqi "Wolverine" [you remember Red Dawn, right?]

Too bad all that care packigin' and flag-waving is negated by the fact that you actively support a party that lied to start a war. I'm sure the troops would forgo the Oreos and blankies if they could be led by a competent administration that doesn't treat them like a neo-con lab project and doesn't send them into battle without armour.

 
At 28 August, 2005 12:14, Blogger Ben said...

Excuse me, but Santorum's from Pa, not Va; we don't need his insanity here. (We have enough of our own in George Allen, thank you so much.)

 
At 29 August, 2005 10:37, Blogger Air Force Republican said...

The cut was made about Senator Santorum due to the fact that he has used a secondary home's address outside Pittsburgh as his primary residence and has sent his children to school at Penn Hills School District (one of the best in the state) since 2001.

 
At 29 August, 2005 10:54, Blogger Air Force Republican said...

As unfortunate as the leadership has been during this war, it's what we have been given by the American voting populace. If that doesn't sit well with some people, then start writing to your congressman expressing your outrage to him. His job is to be "your voice in Congress."

There will always be some people who will whine and complain that the government isn't doing enough. But how can you expect change to happen without getting involved. It is one thing to state your opinion, quite another to lead by example.

I've read the previous posts and many of you are quick to cut into the MontcoYR leadership for not enlisting and fighting in the Iraq War. Care packages, cards and food drives might not sound like much, but have you ever been on the receiving end?

Please tell me exactly what you have done for the war effort so far. It is my hope that since you are so quick to criticize, you are writing from a forward command base deep within the Iraqi territory. If not, then I would hope you have all spoken to your local recruiter and are just a few days away from signing your papers before you are delivered to MEPS for processing. If you are military, then I commend you!! If you aren't, then you really should enlist today since you have such strong opinions about what others should do in a time of war and strife.

So step up and lead by example!! There's never a wrong time to do the right thing!

 
At 30 August, 2005 12:07, Blogger Ryan G said...

Air Force Republican said: "Please tell me exactly what you have done for the war effort so far. It is my hope that since you are so quick to criticize, you are writing from a forward command base deep within the Iraqi territory."

You miss the point. Pro-peace people do not support the war. Pro-war people do support the war. Thus, pro-war people are more responsible for the deaths of soldiers and civilians in Iraq. They are also more responsible for the outcome. They defend the merits of the Iraq war and try to prove its noble cause.

Because of the recruiting shortfalls, more people are needed - which is why Young Republicans, those staunch pro-war conservatives, should be signing up by the droves to support American & Iraqi freedom by patrolling Fallujah.

Cookies and care packages are nice, don't get me wrong, but what's really going to help are an extra 100,000 or so YRs helping the war effort by joining up and shipping out.

 
At 30 August, 2005 13:53, Blogger hibiscusroto said...

Nothing says excitement like "Montgomery County Republican".

 
At 31 August, 2005 12:59, Blogger Red Pubulis said...

So By not being in the military you are telling someone in the military they are missing the point?

Most people are pro-peace and do not want war. Your statement implies all pro-peace do not support the war. This is untrue and is easily recognized not to be true by those of faith who serve now.

Pro-war people support war. That’s a brilliant comment. Lets stamp out AND abolish reducing. Ha-ha

To not think its noble to free 50 million so that they may form a democracy inline with their faith is the noblest cause is absurd. To remove a man who was responsible for over a million deaths during his lifetime is noble. To provide more publics works and higher levels of water and electricity then Iraq and Afghanistan has ever seen is noble. To allow women to attend school and vote is noble. I could go on but I won’t.

Lastly, this whole yellow elephant is absurd and has no merits. Your argument is that if you believe something you need to sign up and do something about it right? Well, I support fireman but I have not joined. I support the Police but I have not joined. I like milk and support dairy farmers but yes I know I have decided against being a dairy farmer or a milk man.

Do you support fireman? Do you support police? Do you support doctors and nurses? Do you support the military?

You can support things and yet not fully engage one’s self.

So smarten up.

 
At 31 August, 2005 14:19, Blogger Air Force Republican said...

You miss the point. Pro-peace people do not support the war. Pro-war people do support the war.

So you are saying Republicans are always pro-war. Last time I checked it was Democratic Presidents in office every time we lauched a great war before the 1st Gulf War. I wish Democrats would get their facts straight before opening their mouths.

Civil - Buchanan
WWI - Wilson
WWII - FDR

Because of the recruiting shortfalls, more people are needed - which is why Young Republicans, those staunch pro-war conservatives, should be signing up by the droves to support American & Iraqi freedom by patrolling Fallujah.

We lost many more men under war-time Democratic leadership then was lost under Republican leadership. Please don't mention the Civil War b/c Lincoln inherited that war from a Democrat.

what's really going to help are an extra 100,000 or so YRs helping the war effort by joining up and shipping out.

What I'd like to see is Young Democrats and College Democrats taking up the war cry as well, rather then just casting blame on someone else or asking them to fight. You have blamed Republicans of sending men off to fight wars without doing so themselves, but when I asked if you were active military you said no. Sort of hypocritical, don't you think?

 
At 31 August, 2005 14:19, Blogger Air Force Republican said...

I forgot Vietnam - LBJ

 
At 31 August, 2005 14:27, Blogger Stubborn Liberal said...

If you support something, that means you are willing to risk it all to promote it. Actions speak louder than words, therefore, enlist! I can't enlist because I am almost 60.

 
At 31 August, 2005 16:09, Blogger knut said...

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At 31 August, 2005 16:16, Blogger Air Force Republican said...

Knut,

If I used your logic then the proper response to Pearl Harbour would have been compassion and therapy and understanding for the enemy. Now I get it.

Guess the proper response for the 9/11 Trade Center Bombings would have been to sit around the fire smoking a peace pipe and singing songs according your logic.

Now I get it!! Thanks for clarifying!

 
At 31 August, 2005 16:17, Blogger Air Force Republican said...

Knut,

There are 3 types of people in this world. Those who make things happen, people who watch things happen, and people who wonder what the hell just happened?

Which are you?

 
At 31 August, 2005 16:26, Blogger knut said...

The proper response to the World Trade Center attacks was the response we got. Go to the source and take out their means of support, the Taliban and then chase down the leadership and extermin.. oh wait, this other thing just came up, sorry.

 
At 31 August, 2005 16:45, Blogger knut said...

AFR, I guess I need to clarify, because you got it exactly backwards. I'll use smaller words if that will help. The legitimate response to an attack, be it Pearl Harbor, or 9-11 is to respond in a warlike manner. If you would blame FDR for retaliating against Japan then you are advocating some other response than a declaration of war after a sneak attack on our territory. Sorry if the sarcasm was too subtle for you.

 
At 31 August, 2005 19:26, Blogger knut said...

AFR said:

There are 3 types of people in this world. Those who make things happen, people who watch things happen, and people who wonder what the hell just happened?


I would respond that there are two types of people in the world, those that have space in their minds for only a few oversimplified categories of understanding, through which they filter their entire worldview, and those whose knowledge and interest in humanity precludes such simple, albiet comfortable prejudice.

 
At 02 September, 2005 20:34, Blogger PTSD Vet said...

Hey AFR -

I spent 20 years in the US Army - Last assignment was the 1st SF Group (Airborne). So I certainly would not call me a leftist liberal. Please do not bother to state a "Thanks for your service." line that is absolutely meaningless. Plain simple fact is these recruiters of Yellow Elephant people get it and you don't.

The only real hateful speech that I have heard comes from the pugnacious pukes of priviledge (sounds like Spiro Agnew - former Republican Vice President & CONVICTED FELON). They sure remind me of the Hard Hats and I wish they were part of the Silent Minority. By the way troll, most of the Vietnam Veterans like me that I see at the hospitals during treatments for our wounds hate this war, and it probably won't be long before all of us start voting for Democrats regardless of issues.

The Vietnam involvement started under Republican Eisenhower after the French failed at Dien Ben Phu, and the Civil War actually began at Fort Sumtner after the election of Republican Lincon. Wilson and FDR were actually dragged into the World Wars by the events created by other nations. Just as FDR declared war on Japan and Wilson responded to the numerous neutrality violations of the German Navy, I believe GWB was correct to go after the Taliban - that was were the enemy attackers lived. But Iraq, which I opposed before it began (check my letters at various Congressional Offices), was a predictable insurgency just like Vietnam, and will probably take even longer to resolve.

And before you claim that PTSD means whacked out vet let me explain that in VA speak PTSD means "Permanent & Total Service-connected Disabilities". I truly hope that your Congressional heros will realize that to continue the persecution of this war, a draft will be required, and then all the belicose beligerent babblings of the Yellow Elephant Brigades of the Corps of Young Republicans will be limited and put to good use saying "Yes, Sir!", "No, Sir!" and "Sorry, Sir!"

 
At 18 May, 2006 08:11, Blogger the5moores said...

You've got your pictures mixed up -Jim Veith and Jason Langheim - might want to fix that so that you can sling mud at the correct faces.

 

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