Following the re-election of the nation’s smartest president, Republican activism has been at an all-time high. And why not? With 51 percent of the country behind Bush, a clear mandate exists, very much like the Mandate of Heaven every ancient Chinese emperor held.

But we must not become complacent. Currently, we only have a small pool of vocal supporters, which include some of the greatest thinkers of our time, such as Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly. Without Coulter’s heterosexual agenda, Hannity’s realignment of liberal falsehoods and O’Reilly’s ingenious debate methodology, the average middle-aged white Anglo-Saxon Protestant has no chance in a country dominated by the 26.9 percent minority population.

Frankly, FOX News is a breath of fresh air in an industry dominated by liberals seeking the destruction of our lives.

Currently, FOX is only beating CNN and MSNBC in terms of viewership. This is a wake-up call to all Republicans – FOX News needs your eyes and ears or it will quickly fall behind.

But being Republican means more than following FOX News, of course. You need to make a stand for what’s important in the world. This is why I applaud our Congressmen for taking a week of their time, rather than discussing matters of global and national importance, to discuss the highly personal issue of Terri Schiavo. After all, what is more important than the legislative branch of the government stepping in and trying to reverse the actions of the judicial? It is not as if this government was built on some sort of checks and balances system.

I would like to exemplify some UR students who exhibited this necessary activism during Bush’s reelection campaign. Understanding the need for anonymity on such a hostile liberal campus, a small roving band of like-minded Republicans covered their faces with bandanas, some with symmetric emblems on their shirts, on the night of the elections to voice their support for Bush. This group chanted “Four More Years” and “White Power,” clearly indicating their support of the incumbent and the inherent strength of pallid colorations. I even have pictures of this group that I keep framed. I fully identify with this group as my white brothers in the pursuit of the American dream – to grow rich and keep it all, by any means necessary, knowing the compassionate God of creation ordained such a destiny.

Fellow Republicans, in the time of our greatest triumph, we must never forget the lessons taught to us at our respective Ivy League alma maters. We must remember that we fought hard for rich people everywhere, and we must remember to keep fighting the good fight, or surely this nation will succumb to the liberal scum.

He can be reached at mhe@campustimes.org.



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