Tuesday, June 21, 2005

 

Operation Yellow Elephant

Patriotism, Leftist-style

As the military struggles with recruitment, its nice to see some people doing their best to help out:
The objective of Operation Yellow Elephant is to recruit College Republicans and Young Republicans to serve as infantry. They demanded this war and now viciously support it. It's only right that they also experience it.
Jesus' General explains the rationale behind this:
I suppose that a number of you are wondering if I've been co-opted by the French. After all, one could reasonably assume that OPERATION YELLOW ELEPHANT is designed to embarrass College Republicans. Nothing could be further from the truth. I'm actually trying to help them.

I learned in the last presidential election the importance of turning a weakness into a strength. I think we were all amazed to see a man who had gone AWOL from an undeployable National Guard unit defeat a decorated war hero because he was perceived to have more credibility as a military commander. We can do the same for the College Republicans.

Their greatest weakness is their almost pathological reluctance to fight in the war they demanded. It makes them look cowardly and hypocritical. That's especially true now that our military is suffering a manpower crisis. It'll take bold action on their part to change that perception. That's a tall order. Boldness is an alien trait to Hawks who are too timid to fight. We'll need to provoke them into defending their honor.
It's touching to see such an expression of compassion for Republicans. Jesus' General must really have their best interests at heart to go to all this trouble. The cogent Leftist perception that Republicans have a pathological reluctance to fight must be dispelled as soon as possible. Thank God somebody aims to light a fire under the wimps who are merely supporting their country's war effort politically.

Sadly, like Howard Dean, this is just another example of a Leftist openly spoiling for a fight with the enemy. What a Patriot.

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