Inconsistency is the hobgoblin of a stunted mind
Joe Sabria, who is in his ninth year at Cornell as a student, wants to welcome gays to the Republican party. Because, you know, the Republican party is all accepting and stuff, when it comes to gays.
Except when they’re not.
To understand how Joe “College” Sabria can make these amazing leaps, one need only look at who his heroes are, which contains all we need to know about Joe:
Contrary to liberals’ assertions, Coulter’s book is not an indictment of invective, nor is it a call for a “new tone” in Washington. In fact, Coulter is the antithesis of a “new tone” conservative. She says exactly what she thinks and does not hold back one iota. When she famously wrote of Arabs dancing in the street on 911, “we should invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity,” she meant each and every word (and she was exactly right on all counts).
With so many years in academia, Joe recently took it upon himself to counsel some up-and-coming college Republicans on the finer points of being a college conservative:
I have some news for you – acting like an uncivilized savage does not mean that you have joined the great battle against political correctness. In order to be able to intelligently argue you must know what you are talking about. You must become well versed in political thought. For some of you, that means reading John Locke, John Stuart Mill, and the Federalist Papers. For others, that means watching Bill O’Reilly, listening to Rush Limbaugh, and reading Ayn Rand’s novels. Still others may look to Milton Freidman, Frederick Hayek, and Walter Williams. Whatever you choose, you must have some idea what you are talking about.
Personally, I can’t wait to see what he becomes when he grows up…