Yeah, well Fuck CSU and fuck David McSwane. I hope you get fired, then die soon after.
Ok, so let me get this straight:
Some asshat disrupts a John Fucking Kerry speech at University of Florida, won’t get off the mic, struggles with police officers and by some accounts intentionally got himself tasers, so FUCK BUSH?
So now College Republicans at Colorado State University have collected more than 300 signatures calling on CSU’s Board of Student Communications to fire dipshit Editor in Chief David McSwane.
On Friday, The Rocky Mountain Collegian ran a four-word editorial that read: “Taser this . . . F— Bush.” National radio talk shows, CNN and MSNBC have since buzzed with debate about free-speech rights and the bounds of propriety.
The profane editorial was a response to last week’s Tasering of a University of Florida student who disrupted a forum with Sen. John Kerry.
His staff wasn’t entirely supportive Monday. Thomas Andrews, a senior music performance major, said he was laid off from The Collegian on Monday because the newspaper had lost about $30,000 of advertising revenues from businesses that didn’t like the editorial.
“I find it embarrassing that the paper says it’s the student voice of Colorado State University,” said Andrews, who is a blogger for the paper and who said he and all other ‘non-essential’ employees were laid off.
“That they have to resort to bumper-sticker trash for an editorial piece is really disgusting.”
Most of those offended by the profanity said it wasn’t so much a matter of free speech as a matter of the newspaper showing poor judgment and immaturity.
Students who supported the newspaper’s right to use the word said the vulgarity can be forgiven.
Graduate biochemistry student Kristopher Hite noted that in 2004 Vice President Dick Cheney aimed the F-word at U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., on the Senate floor.
“Should the rest of us be held to any higher standard?
To what higher standard are you referring, “Kris”? Using the word “fuck” in private conversation versus printing it as 25% of your editorial in a public newspaper? Yeah, I think the standards for the the official editorial opinions of a public newspaper need to be higher than casual, private conversation. What the fuck are you doing in college, you should be home recovering from that head injury from which I assume you must be suffering. Or else you are just stupid. Or one of those prancy “moral equivalency” fags who excuses any cretinous behaviour as long as it bashes Republicans. But that’s a tautology, isn’t it, college boy?
Here’s the kicker:
In an editorial Monday, the Collegian said it didn’t disagree that that the Friday editorial was “immature, unnecessary and offensive.”
But it then said that editorials had been bashing Bush all year, but that no one seemed to notice until the profanity appeared in large letters on Friday. “It’s interesting and scary that the use of the F-word garners more attention than an intelligent, well-researched editorial.”
Well, let’s see. Perhaps the truth is, your editorials weren’t intelligent nor well-researched, and furthermore poorly written, tedious screeds about Chimperor Bushitlerhalliburtonazi and everyone is pretty sick of your lame-ass arguments and you can’t convince a soul who doesn’t already agree with you, so you resorted to cheap sensationalism to finally get the love your mommy never gave you, in the form of attention-whoring boorish acting out while serving in a position of authority.
You fucked over half your crew, who got laid off because of your juvenile antics, you embarrassed the university, you discredited the student paper and tarnished the rep of everyone who ever wrote for it, you STILL haven’t changed any minds, but you got that attention you so crave, so I guess its all worth it, right?
This fucktard will probably be a guest on lefty cable news shows and have his own show in a few months, probably co-hosting with the pantload who got tasered for being an asshole.
Keep it classy, lefties!