Saturday, May 13, 2006

Military Recruiting Lead: National Conservative Student Conference, July 30-August 5, 2006, Washington, D.C.

Attention Military Recruiters:

Look at all those fine young people at the National Conservative Student Conference. These healthy, patriotic, pro-war heterosexuals will definitely help you make your annual recruiting quota by September 30. The event takes place July 30-August 5 at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

You won't have to work too hard to convince them to Be A Man! Enlist!


At 13 May, 2006 12:08, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Young Americans' Foundation links to the official CRNC bio page for guest speaker College Republican National Committee Chair Paul Gourley.

Interesting. An older Wikipedia entry for Mr. Gourley is the same text as the CRNC bio at the CRNC.

The entry has been re-written many times over, removing references to Gourley's involvement in the CRNC fundraising scandals or changing certain job titles.

The history of the entry looks as if Gourley supporters tweak Wikipedia entries just like grown-up congressional staff did for the legislators they work for. Wikipedia said the controversy raised "questions about whether it is ethical for those with a vested interest in the subject to edit entries about it."

Yep, the official CRNC bio for Gourley was posted over at Wikipedia, but what's a little ethical lapse for College Republicans?

This OYE supporter thinks it's more pertinent to ask that since Paul is such a tall, broad-shouldered, Christian fellow (as one version of his hagiography points out), let him do his duty and enlist in the infantry. At least join the Potsdam Guard.

At 13 May, 2006 22:32, Anonymous doe said...

Here's another to go along with Jared's story:

Report: Suicidal troops sent into combat
U.S. military violated own rules on mentally ill troops, newspaper finds

At 14 May, 2006 16:59, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woot! I am going to be attending the YAF conference this summer! I hope OYE people are there, I'm gonna need a good laugh.

At 14 May, 2006 18:39, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, anonymous YAF person, I'm so glad you are doing your part for the war in Iraq by posting words on the internet. The people fighting for your cause there will be so proud of your brave and heroic deed.

At 14 May, 2006 22:36, Blogger Sadie Baker said...

I always forget, is it "Young Americans for Fascism" or "Young Americans for Feudalism?"

With these Bush Republicans it isn't easy to tell the difference. Young Americans for keeping their foot on the necks of everyone else, that's for sure.

At 15 May, 2006 02:50, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bet they thank you too.

At 15 May, 2006 14:29, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So anonymous has the time, money and initiative to go to a conference this summer to TALK about supporting Bush's war but actually SERVING in it is out of his/her capability?

Nice priorities, chickenshit.

At 25 May, 2006 10:57, Anonymous Anonymous said...

can't wait to go to the YAF conference to hold hotel parties every night, get drunk, get laid, while you fuckers spend all your time searching google posts about college students. get a fucking life.

At 25 May, 2006 15:38, Blogger Sadie Baker said...

Yes, by all means, get drunk, get laid, while real Americans are getting shot and blown up. That's nice.

At 13 June, 2006 15:53, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get laid? Ha, more like circle jerk.

PS. If you have to LEAVE a college campus to get laid then you must really be an ugly loser.

At 30 August, 2006 15:33, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i attended the conference and worked there. first off your saying to have an opinion you have to be a soldier. thats bullshit. and by your rationalle, you guys shouldnt be able to give an opinion.

and before you attack me. Im going to be a marine corps officer, Infantry Commander, and a grunt. I take pride in the grunt part.

Siemper fi

At 08 January, 2007 14:28, Anonymous SuperPatriot said...

Hey Anonymous - when you finally DO get to be a Marine (Boo-YA), they might teach you that the spelling of their motto is actually:

Semper Fi

(Short for Semper Fidelis - Latin {that's what people in Italy used to speak} for Always Faithful)

At 16 July, 2011 16:57, Blogger OYE said...

Anonymous [30 August, 2006 15:13]-

Thank you for your commitment. We wish you all the best.

We assume that, by now, you know how to spell Semper Fi.


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