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Generation Chickenhawk: College Republicans

An interesting bit of citizen journalism, this video report points out the lunacy and hypocrisy encountered by Max Blumenthal on his recent visit to the College Republican National Convention.

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Blumenthal's description of the video:

Max Blumenthal takes us on a hilarious and shocking tour of the College Republican National Convention, where the GOP's next generation cheer on the war in Iraq, then make sorry excuses for why they can't serve. Also featuring Tom DeLay, brainwashed evangelical youth, and moving interpretive dance by Blumenthal.

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Comments (7)

superdestroyer:

It would be hard to find a group that has worse future prospects that college Republicans. They are upper middle class white kids from the burbs who are being buried under a demographic wave of blacks and hispanics who will never, ever vote for them.

What they should be discussing is how to function in the future one party state that the U.S. will become or maybe decide which country to immigrate to after most of the U.S. begins to resemble Detroit or D.C.

engineer:

You ain't kidding hypocrisy!

"Is this how college republicans handle their problems, with violence?" That was one hard hit that eviiiil republican gave him.

Let's see it was republicans at Columbia who...wait no..

It was republicans who pied... , wait again.

Paul Hamilton:

Superdestroyer, this sounds like an insult but really it isn't -- if you want to know why blacks and Hispanics vote Dem, the reason is your attitude. We are supposed to be ONE NATION, and the ideas that come out of Washington should provide the greatest benefit for the greatest number of Americans. But when one party has distrust and disdain for people unlike themselves, and focuses all their efforts on enriching and maintaining the power of the elite few, it shouldn't come as any surprise that the people under your boot might look on you less than favorably.

As you know, I don't support the illegals here any more than you do, but when you lump all Hispanics together as you did in your reply above, that's RACISM. And there is simply no excuse whatsoever for that.

superdestroyer:

Hispanic voters vote overwhelmingly for Democrats. As that part of the population grows significantly faster than any other portion of the population, there is no long term prospects for Republicans.

Blacks and Hispanics vote Democratic because Democrats are much better at big government than Republicans. It does not matter that when the crime is high, the schools are lousy, the child welfare offices are non-functional. Blacks and Hispanics will just keep voting Democratic.

There is no position, no campaign strategy, no idea that will make that change. What will change is that the Republicans will become irrelevent.

PS. It is not the governments job to create the greatest good. It is the governments job to enforce the constitution and to enforce the laws of the U.S. It is king of hard for the Democrats to talk about greater good when the repeatedly good in front of the Supreme Court and claims that the government can discriminate on the basis of race as long as it means well.

It is very hard to look at the bluest counties in the blue states and believe for a second that Democrats are worried about the good of anyone let alone the poor.

kim:

Well, it is certainly easy to conclude that they are more worried about the good of the teachers' unions than they are in the good of the students.

And who suffers? It ain't the chillluns of the White Overseers.
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Paul Hamilton:

Enforcing the constitution IS creating the greatest good.

superdestroyer:

Actually, sometime the provisions of the Constitution do not create the greatest good. Tha t is because it is based upon the principles of the authors instead of their intentions.

I wonder what kind of rights people will have when the U.S. becomes a one part state. If you look at the bluest cities in the blue states, it seems that only the rich have any kind of rights (See Detroit, Baltimore, DC, St Louis, LA, etc).

If the young Republicans were smart they would start to look at places to immigrate before they are forced to become slaves to political correctness.


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