I commend Sean Kelly for expressing his aspirations for a new skate park on campus. Unfortunately, while sifting thorough his animosity towards the CSU Police Department and the Associated Students of CSU, the real message was abstract and sounded immature.
First, I laud CSUPD for their constant watch over our safety, as well as students who take the time to serve on the ASCSU council only to receive ill-directed criticism from someone who has likely yet to meet them.
Secondly, poor choice of prospective names for the club, christening it FUCSU would undoubtedly help you shed the "ne're-do-well" stigma you board with day in and out. A recreational club is a very constructive idea and with proper planning and guidance may foster an atmosphere in which young adults with similar outdoor interests can meet/interact. Instead of spending time on sarcastic editorials and finger pointing, why not reinvest that time into really putting your "private and public funds" where your mouth is?
Sincerely look into what it will take to start Colorado SKATE University, rally for enrollment (without alienating others [pedestrians, CSUPD and ASCSU]), and raise funds. To be direct, the odds of a new club acquiring a skate park on campus may be slight at best (I'd like a parking garage). Would a better starting point for this rec club be building a strong student base with a positive reputation, and canvassing money for the addition of lights to the already constructed skate parks in Fort Collins?
It may be difficult to garner financial clout from individuals you previously described – the younger people without money for vehicles or fuel. It also may be difficult to persuade those at CSU and ASCSU to fund this opportunity the more often you patronize them.
The beauty of this campus is its capability to allow diversity without enormity. Find those who share the same voice as you, but don't be so quick to fault others. I would expect that at some time each student/faculty/staff member on this campus has experienced some sort of prejudice, and that is regrettable. However, don't allow the few that have cast premature judgment on you reduce you to one meager, mocking and negative editorial, rather than actual accomplishment. Good Luck.