Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Military Recruiting Opportunity: Georgia

Attention Military Recruiters:

Two College Republicans at Georgia Tech are suing the university not to discipline them for expressing their religiously-based beliefs against homosexuals. Chairman Ruth Malhotra and Newsletter Editor Orit Sklar claim that this violates their constitutional rights. The Alliance Defense Fund is representing the students.

Well, if Malhotra and Sklar really want to express opposition to homosexuality, why don't they join our military, where anti-gay bias is mandated by "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," and take the rest of the Georgia Tech College Republicans with them?

This includes Vice Chairman Kelsey Francis, Secretary Ashley Johnson, Treasurer David Kocher, Executive Director Robert Grant, Political Director Connor Carolan-Tolbert and Fundraising Director William Bolden.

Regardless of your gender, this is your opportunity. Be A Man! Enlist!

Hat tip to Our Founder, Jesus' General.


At 13 April, 2006 09:58, Anonymous bottomsdream said...

Evidently there was a College Republican rally at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Monday April 10. Posters are still up. I wonder how many of these "brave young men and women" who hold strong convictions about other people dying for their privileged positions and middle class life style went to their military recruiter as a result.

At 13 April, 2006 17:02, Blogger Karl said...


Thank you for this report. If any College Republicans are inspired by our national leadership to consider military service, Operation Yellow Elephant wants to praise them for their commitment to our nation.

At 14 April, 2006 15:23, Anonymous Samwise Galenorn said...

They are suing for the right to be openly bigoted?

I think I would like for them to be able to state their opinion. That way, the other 99% of the student population will know who to socially ostracize.


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