Jewish World Review June 10, 2005/ 3 Sivan,
Late Breaking Democrat News
Remember when George W. Bush ran in the 2000 presidential race against Al Gore? Remember how all the know-it-all elites said at the time that Bush was the dummy and Gore was the really smart one? Dummy Bush verses intelligent Gore was what they said, remember? Then (after the election was over) it finally came out that Bush actually had higher grades all through college than Gore had. Oops.
Then this past presidential election they said it again, only this time it was John Kerry's turn to be the genius running against the imbecile. It was highly intelligent Kerry-man against Neanderthal Bush. Well, I guess enough time has elapsed since the election now, so it must be finally safe to print the truth. Just check out this little news item from the June 7, 2005 edition of the Boston Globe. Comments in parentheses and caps are mine.
By Michael Kranish, Globe Staff | June 7, 2005
In other Democrat news, the San Francisco Chronicle has reported that Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean (also known as "Howlin' Howard") said in San Francisco this week that Republicans are "a pretty monolithic party. They all behave the same. They all look the same. It's pretty much a white Christian party." He went on to say that "Republicans are not very friendly to different kinds of people." No, not like you, Howard, who is the very embodiment of a guy who gets along with everyone.
About a week or so ago, Dean said Republicans "never made an honest living in their lives." What does that mean anyway? That Republicans are crooks? Or that Republicans just don't work? In the past Dean has also said that Republicans are evil and that he hates them. This is a politician who wants to be all inclusive? All inclusive to everyone except those he hates, I guess. What a charmer.
These latest comments are another example of why the far left love him even though he has been a lightning rod for criticism since being elected to head the Democratic National Committee last February. If Dean speaks for most Democrats, then that party is in deep trouble and if he doesn't, then that means he's only there to raise money. If the only way the Dems can solicit funds is by appealing to the far-left fringe of their party, then they may wake-up one day to find that the far-left is all they're left with.
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