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Friday, March 10, 2006

 

UH Daily Cougar Cartoonist Arturo Gonzalez 'Hates the Marines but loves the Taliban' (Pissed that US Marines are now allowed back on liberal campuses)

Today's editorial cartoon from controversial UH Daily Cougar cartoonist Arturo Gonzalez is in protest to the recent Supreme Court decision that reverses liberal universities decisions that forced military recruiters from their liberal premises yet still accepted government money.

Liberal universities like Taliban U, aka
Yale University, which banned recruiters from campus, yet recently and proudly accepted the Taliban's former spokesman Rahmatullah Hashemi as an undergrad, yet they refused to allow military recruiters on campus was a disgrace.

The Supreme Courts unanimous decision gives universities the choice to either accept government money and let recruiters on campus, or go their own way without government funds.




Gonzalez, as many of you will remember is responsible for the infamous editorial cartoon of last September 19th that looks the same as the cartoon of last September 16th, and is seen here, because then racist Opinion Editor James Davis and then racist Editor in Chief Matt Dulin could not collect all the hardcopy papers that were scattered on campus with the offending cartoon after it was distributed.

Arturo has never really apologized for his drive-by cartoon which insulted the evacuees nor will Gonzalez apologize to the military services which protect his ass and allow him to insult them.

Evidently
Gonzalez, like Bill Clinton and many liberals, loathes the military.

The
UH Daily Cougar, well at least the opinion page, is an embarrassment to UH. Liberals hating America, loving the enemy, hating the military, loving the enemy, loving death, hating life and anything associated with happiness.

Looking at the recent Washington Post annoucement that 10% of their liberal newsroom is being laid off, I take schadenfreude in the fact that the vast majority of those in the DC newsroom will never even be considered for employment in liberal news havens.

Screw the libs!

Comments:
Is "fundageges" actually a word?
 
i ran it through some of my favorite search engines and not one hit
 
Gonzo wanted to say "funds" or better yet "federal funding," but that would have made him look like a bigger liberal than he already is.
 
Gonzalez actually serve in the military -- I'm not sure which branch. It might have been the Marines.

Knock him for spelling and grammar, but I don't think it's fair to say he "loathes the military."
 
Bill Clinton isn't a liberal. He's a moderate democrat--get your facts straight.
 
Just because Bill Clinton is not as extreme as Ted Kennedy does not make him a moderate. Get your facts straight.
 
Look at his policies. He's very moderate for a democrat. In fact, if you compared him to Nixon--he'd probably be more conservative. In no way is he comparable to Johnson or Roosevelt. So labeling him a liberal is untrue. That's like labeling Bush I a neo-con. Not true--very much a moderate republican. He's in no way W. or Reagan. That's the facts. Come up with a better way to label people if you're going to label them.
 
Saturday 04 March 2006

Forwarded from Marni Harmony, the minister of a church in Orlando. Joe is one of her parishioners.
President George W. Bush
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Mr. President:

As a young man I was honored to serve our nation as a commissioned officer and helicopter pilot in the US Navy. Before me in WWII, my father defended the country spending two years in the Pacific aboard the USS Hornet (CV-14). We were patriots sworn "to protect and defend". Today I conclude that you have dishonored our service and the Constitution and principles of our oath. My dad was buried with full military honors so I cannot act for him. But for myself, I return enclosed the symbols of my years of service: the shoulder boards of my rank and my Naval Aviator's wings.

Until your administration, I believed it was inconceivable that the United States would ever initiate an aggressive and preemptive war against a country that posed no threat to us. Until your administration, I thought it was impossible for our nation to take hundreds of persons into custody without provable charges of any kind, and to "disappear" them into holes like Gitmo, Abu Ghraib and Bagram. Until your administration, in my wildest legal fantasy I could not imagine a US Attorney General seeking to justify torture or a President first stating his intent to veto an anti-torture law, and then adding a "signing statement" that he intends to ignore such law as he sees fit. I do not want these things done in my name.

As a citizen, a patriot, a parent and grandparent, a lawyer and law teacher I am left with such a feeling of loss and helplessness. I think of myself as a good American and I ask myself what can I do when I see the face of evil? Illegal and immoral war, torture and confinement for life without trial have never been part of our Constitutional tradition. But my vote has become meaningless because I live in a safe district drawn by your political party. My congressman is unresponsive to my concerns because his time is filled with lobbyists' largess. Protests are limited to your "free speech zones", out of sight of the parade. Even speaking openly is to risk being labeled un-American, pro-terrorist or anti-troops. And I am a disciplined pacifist, so any violent act is out of the question.

Nevertheless, to remain silent is to let you think I approve or support your actions. I do not. So, I am saddened to give up my wings and bars. They were hard won and my parents and wife were as proud as I was when I earned them over forty years ago. But I hate the torture and death you have caused more than I value their symbolism. Giving them up makes me cry for my beloved country.

Joseph W. DuRocher
 
Clinton possibly more conservative than Nixon? You must reside on another planet with a different reality system if you believe that.
 
Look at the policies both endorsed. Nixon was hardly what would be considered a neo-con. He was a "liberal Republican." Clinton economically was conservative. Did you forget in who's presidency NAFTA was born?
 
It's pretty quiet around here. One would guess that the ladies of the conservative underground have taken a vaction. Perhaps to Dollywood, Branson or Jim Baker's old amusement park. Maybe they went to visit the remenants of their heroes in Germany. :)
 
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Interesting to see that the more things change the more things stay the same. I attended UH from the late 80's through the mid-90's, earning both my undergraduate and law degrees there.

Guess what? The Daily Cougar was a liberal piece of shit back then too. Good on you for taking them to task, keep up the good fight!

Eat 'em up Conservative Coogs!
 
Must be a corporate attorney now. Defended Exxon lately, asshole? Or are you a part of our favorite victim's (DeLay) law team?
 
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Friends help you move. Real friends help you move bodies.
 
When there's a will, I want to be in it.
 
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Build a watch in 179 easy steps - by C. Forsberg.
 
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