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Gunny Ermey Unavailable, Yale Students Stuck With General McChrystal

Posted on | May 8, 2012 | 3 Comments

by Smitty

Ivy League jackwagons hoping for a clue will have to click this image to get at Gunny Ermey’s soundboard app, where they might find one: 

Get calibrated, maggot!
Students at Yale will also have the option of taking a course from General Stanley McChrystal.

“There is almost no antimilitary bias among students,” said John Lewis Gaddis, a Yale history professor and the recipient of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for biography, who has welcomed General McChrystal to Yale. “I wouldn’t say it’s true among the faculty.”

It’s kind of hard to be among the ilk of those who’d claim 1/32nd Cherokee heritage for a prime spot in academia, and then stand next to a full-on badass like McChrystal, who knows 14 ways to hospitalize you using only his ring finger.

On the other hand, MrChrystal, like most of academia, is an Obama voter. Oh, to be a fly on the wall if Gunny Ermey infiltrates the classroom and asks  McChrystal how the bus tires felt when the General went under them after the Rolling Stone interview, while the cretinous Eric Holder still rides tall in the saddle.


3 Responses to “Gunny Ermey Unavailable, Yale Students Stuck With General McChrystal”

  1. justaconservativegirl
    May 8th, 2012 @ 2:36 pm

    This is part of the reason that 3 years of Yale was enough, and I finished my senior year at small Jesuit school.  

    I was not nearly as politically aware then as I am today and even then I knew that they were trying to manipulate my beliefs into a very liberal way of thinking.  

    And the students were pretty anti-military when I was there.  

  2. Adjoran
    May 8th, 2012 @ 4:21 pm

    Holder obviously isn’t McChrystal’s equal in character, courage, accomplishment, or intellect, but he has something the General did not:  copies of memos which prove Obama knew all about the Fast and Furious project, and possibly that he ordered the cover-up.

    Call it “insurance.”  It protects Holder from mayhem like Issa.

  3. AnonymousDrivel
    May 8th, 2012 @ 9:14 pm

    I’d rather be the fly on the wall when Professor Terguson queries McChrystal about his voting for a Marxist.