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[24 Sep 2004|10:55pm]

aschen
Are you conservative? Want a place to post your ideas, thoughts, opinions and rants?

rechter_flugel

All posts are friends only, so...

Enjoy!
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[06 Sep 2004|12:48pm]

daydreamer0422
Hi, I'm doing a story on the republican counterprotest...and more generally, on the Republican minority at NYU. I was wondering if there was anyone here I could talk to and ask a few questions..it shouldn't take very long. Comment back here or email me at nc681@nyu.edu...if you're an NYU Republican and want to share your views and even better if you went to the counterprotest. thanks so much!


-- Nadia Chernyak
IM: daydreamer0422
email: nc681@nyu.edu

(x-posted to nyu, nyu2008)
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[09 Jul 2004|05:21pm]

4play_longtime
[ mood | horny ]

I'm planning on seeing Fahrenheit 9/11, even though Michael Moore is a complete biased asshole. I should find his one-sided arguments and criticisms humorous. I think someone should be a Michael Moore impersonator and do a so-called "documentary" on him.

Oh and... what are your opinions about this movie- is it unfair that this Bush-ranting movie is in theaters before the elections?

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Excellent...New York University Republicans! [22 May 2004|11:13pm]

_defygravity_
Well, I am not quite a New York University Republican, but with any amount of luck I will be in a year. My first choice when it comes to college is NYU, so hopefully I will not be let down. I am, however a Republican, and although I will not be able to vote in the 2004 election, I am rallying for the Bush cause on a daily basis. I just wanted to say hello and good luck...debating with northern liberals is tough...I know, my family is from the north and all fit that category.
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vote bush! [02 May 2004|08:09pm]

graace
[ mood | pleased ]


"NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim Sunday, January 20, 2002, as National Sanctity of Human Life Day. I call upon all Americans to reflect upon the sanctity of human life. Let us recognize the day with appropriate ceremonies in our homes and places of worship, rededicate ourselves to compassionate service on behalf of the weak and defenseless, and reaffirm our commitment to respect the life and dignity of every human being."


"NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim Sunday, January 19, 2003, as National Sanctity of Human Life Day. As we reflect upon the sanctity of human life, I call upon all Americans to recognize this day with appropriate ceremonies in our homes and places of worship, to rededicate ourselves to compassionate service, and to reaffirm our commitment to respecting the life and dignity of every human being."


"NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim Sunday, January 18, 2004, as National Sanctity of Human Life Day. I call upon all Americans to recognize this day with appropriate ceremonies in our homes and places of worship and to reaffirm our commitment to respecting the life and dignity of every human being." 


 


Pro-Choice America's President, Kate Michelman, said: "John Kerry will be a President pro-choice Americans can rely on. He understands that our private lives are private, and will make sure that Roe vs. Wade remains the law of the land. Throughout his public life, Senator Kerry has been a leader on women's issues such as protecting the right to choose and preventing domestic violence."



 


I need you help, vote G. W. Bush.

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Pro-Bush Rally In Union Square Park [02 May 2004|04:10am]

ihopdisciple
Although most of you may not have known about it, at 3:30 today in Union Square Park, College Republicans from NYU and Columbia, the NY Young Republicans, Students for Bush, and several other organizations held a pro-Bush rally. The twist that made it better? There was a Socialist rally occurring at the same time right next to us. The group had their usual big banners, (Free Palestine, Stop Bush -with a swastika instead of an s, etc...) and they were pretty much insane. We had a formidible sized group, maybe 50 people, and although their organization had about as many people to start with, they were joined as the day went on by typical NY liberals. It quickly broke down into small 2 and 3 person debates, while their leaders yelled from a bullhorn that the US was a police state that kills its own people. Eventually one of the "peace-loving" commies lost his temper and attacked a Bush supporter, prompting several of their leaders to scream about how Bush and his followers shoul
d die, at which point a bunch of police came in and shut them down for not having a permit and generally inciting a riot. 6 or 7 of them retaliated against the police, and a bunch of them ended up getting a free ride to a nice, warm cell courtesy of the back of the police van. All in all, at the end of the day, it was a VERY successful rally/counter-protest.

Thought you all might like to know.
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[23 Apr 2004|04:37pm]

byebyelovely
Hi!
I'm from Florida, and I'm considering going to NYU, cause I've heard a lot of awesome things about it. I was wondering if anyone in this community who goes to NYU could give me some info on what the school is really like outside of viewbooks and brochures etc etc. Things like how are the ___academics/teachers/food/dorms/safety/campus/generalhappiness Those are the type of things I'm really looking for. Also, any good/bad experiances you've had at NYU. Thanks! (Go Bush)

<3/ Chelsea
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Check this out... [23 Mar 2004|02:12am]

ihopdisciple
It's amazing...

www.protestwarrior.com
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College Republicans Meeting [10 Mar 2004|05:26pm]

freedomsring
So.. does anyone know if the College Republicans meeting is still on tomorrow @ 6:30 in Kimmel?

I'm a member, but they don't have me on the listserv (even though I've given my e-mail address about 5 times lol)

Anyone else going to be there if it's still on? :)
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Hi all! [06 Mar 2004|10:21am]

onlyifyousnoop
[ mood | hopeful ]

Hey everyone! I'm taking a reporting class, and I'd really like to get the opinions of the NYU republican community for a story I'm writing. WSN and the NYU press tend to be a bit biased, and I'd really like to hear the other side. If anyone is interested in donating like 5 min. of your time, please comment or shoot me an email at cdn202@nyu.edu. Thank you so much!

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College Republicans meeting [26 Feb 2004|10:02am]

darkestlove
The next meeting will be Thursday at 6:30pm in room 908 of Kimmel. They will be discussing the formation of a Students for Bush campaign, as well as preparing for the debate against the College Democrats Monday.

:)
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A little place of our own... [25 Feb 2004|06:41pm]

superlanny
[ mood | creative ]

Someone suggested a community like this, and I thought it was a great idea.

So here we are.

This is open to any suggestions.

If someone feels like making an icon, it would be appreciated.

Introduce yourself if you'd like... and whatever strange things happen to be on your mind.

I'm Lorraine. I live in Iowa (duh) on a cow farm. I'm a Freshman in CAS. I'm majoring in Chemistry. I've been interested in politics for a few years. I'm tired of being verbally attacked whenever I open my mouth with my views in this city. I like pizza, kittens, walking, and sleeping (but none of those together).

Yay. Join. Feel the conservative-conservative love.

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