Thursday, September 07, 2006

OYE 103: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures

Here's how Operation Yellow Elephant works:

We invite all real Americans concerned about the future of our nation in fighting and Winning the Global War on Terrorism to join Operation Yellow Elephant. If you encounter someone apparently eligible to serve (healthy heterosexuals, especially men, 41 and under) who supports the war, please encourage him to consider volunteering for military service. Please take the initiative and Ask The Question and say, "Be A Man! Enlist!"

Ask those not eligible to serve who support the war to encourage their relatives and friends, their circles of influence, to consider volunteering. You don't have to tell us anything or even give us credit, though both are welcome. America comes first!

Everything we do is based on the public record. This includes not only public statements to the media, but also organizations, and their officers, that have chosen to publicize themselves on the Internet. Individual members of organizations have the right of privacy, but publicly acknowledged officers of publicly acknowledged organizations are, let's face it, public.

We respect the personal privacy of our subjects. We don't use personal information (home addresses, home phone numbers, etc.) but we freely use official-type contact information which our subjects have chosen to share with the public. [It's always a good idea for public figures to establish separate e-mail addresses for their public personas. Mine is operationyellowelephant -at - gmail [dot] com; if you'd like a no-strings-attached gmail invitation, please let me know.]

We seek to contact our subjects at their offices (or equivalent). With the possible exception of an initial communication seeking office contact information, we leave them alone at home. We send at least two separate e-mails Asking The Question and seeking comment, for publication or not, before posting anything.

We will promptly correct any errors, and apologize or explain when appropriate. When a subject requests that we remove an e-mail address from our blog, we have complied. [The American people remain free to look up such e-mail addresses by themselves.]

We urge our members and supporters to engage in civil discussion of our topic, including in their direct communications with our subjects. Our Founding Fathers endorsed robust, uninhibited debate on public issues. Operation Yellow Elephant welcomes and proudly participates in this great American tradition.


At 23 September, 2006 21:17, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello fellow Hard-Working, Decent, Patriotic Americans,

I have done some research on the war drummers out there. It seems that they have some excuse to not enlist. Well, let’s give them the benefit of the doubt. Maybe they are just TOO busy to sign up. So it is YOUR patriotic duty to sign THEM up. Because if they’re asking for war, they should support the war. Here are the links to sign them up for the arm forces:

The ripe candidates are usually any College Republican group, their respective blogs and website. If you can’t get the necessary information there, You can get it here:

Now go out there and start signing these war drummers up. You owe it to them and to your country.

God Bless the OYE!

At 14 November, 2006 02:35, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please may I submit another link that may be useful. has a sub-section for military recruiting.

It allows you to enter any town or location and returns a list of all the local recruiting offices with links to phone numbers as well as maps to the location. It helps give that personal touch to your information.

At 16 July, 2007 22:35, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why don't you sign up? Im 42, by the way, but I would sign up if I got a chance to watch the frilly little leftist pillow biters such as yourself go! Perhaps you can pick the feathers out of your teeth, waddle down to the recruiter and sign up! Yeah, I think if you went over and talked to the Iraqiis the muslims would say...hey those gay americans are not bad...lets use all our petroleum to supply them with lubricants!

At 10 April, 2008 12:32, Blogger Groenhagen said...

"We urge our members and supporters to engage in civil discussion of our topic, including in their direct communications with our subjects."

Please explain to us how questioning the courage and manliness of those you disagree with constitutes "civil discussion." That's not civil; that's what moral cowards do.

Cpl. Kevin Groenhagen, USMC, 1982-86


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