In March we featured a great video by The Huffington Post’s Max Blumenthal as he ambushed the Conservative Political Action Conference shortly after Ann Coulter made her f-bomb comment about John Edwards.
This time, Blumenthal visits the College Republican National Convention and discovers that hypocrisy starts at an early age.
Notes Blumenthal: “In conversations with at least twenty College Republicans about the war in Iraq, I listened as they lip-synched discredited cant about ‘fighting them over there so we don’t have to fight them over here.’ Many of the young GOP cadres I met described the so-called ‘war on terror’ as nothing less than the cause of their time. Yet when I asked these College Repulicans why they were not participating in this historical cause, they immediately went into contortions. Asthma. Bad knees from playing catcher in high school. ‘Medical reasons.’ ‘It’s not for me.’ These were some of the excuses College Republicans offered for why they could not fight them ‘over there.’ Like the current Republican leaders who skipped out on Vietnam, the GOP’s next generation would rather cheerlead from the sidelines for the war in Iraq while other, less privileged young men and women fight and die.”
Loving the suppressed gay Republican too.
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