Military Recruiting Lead: Indiana University
Attention Military Recruiters:
Conservative opinionator Ann Coulter recently spoke at Indiana University in Bloomington, making headlines for calling an anti-Bush heckler "gay boy" based apparently on his mannerisms. [I wasn't there, but I guess he appeared to be "acting gay," whether intentionally or not.] IU College Republicans President Shane Kennedy defended Coulter's comments by stressing that the speech was for entertainment and attendees should have expected Coulter to say controversial comments.
"I think the guy could have been more respectful to her," he said. "I mean, we already know that she was going to be controversial and she was just saying what people were thinking. If you are going to talk like you are gay, then Ann Coulter is going to call you gay. Of course, she said it in a spiteful tone, but it was expected."
Note to hecklers (and Yellow Elephants): The enemy gets a vote. Ann Coulter has the same freedom of speech, plus a microphone, as you. If you can't take it, don't dish it.
Coulter also defended President Bush's efforts to democratize the Middle East, including the war in Iraq. That's where our military recruiters come in.
We've asked the IU College Republicans leadership to Support President Bush by volunteering for military service. In addition to Chairman Shane Kennedy, we've asked Social Director Jeff Costas, Events Director TJ Wallace, Political Director Dave White, Secretary Drew McCuiston, Treasurer Phil Smith and Tech Director Edward McPherson to Be A Man! Enlist!
Please join us. 'Just click on their names.