Monday, May 23, 2005

HOWARD DEAN FUMBLES THE BALL AGAIN!

Did anyone see Howard "The Scream" Dean get annihalated by Tim Russert on Sunday morning? Wow! I have to take my kippa off to Russert, he blew Dean right out of the water. It kind of reminded me of the old Bill O'Rielly. Dean also came to his own defense and courting the bible belt voters by declaring himself to be a "Committed Christian." After listening and reading about the Dean interview over the weekend, I came to my own conclusion that maybe Howard Dean isn't a "Committed Christian", he is more of a person who "Needs to be committed BY christians".

This yutz is really over the top when he declares that Tom Delay should be sitting in a jail cell in the state of Texas, but in the same breath DEFENDS Osama bin Laden.
Asked by NBC host Tim Russert if his rhetoric toward DeLay wasn't hypocritical given his comments during the 2004 presidential campaign, where Dean said he didn't want to prejudge even Osama bin Laden, the top Democrat told Russert: "To be honest with you, Tim, I don't think I'm prejudging him."

"So you will not retract or apologize your comments about Tom DeLay?" asked Russert.
"Absolutely not," said Dean.
Dean was asked about his recent comments characterizing Republicans as "evil." He explained that the party has told the American people lies.
Asked to talk about those lies, Dean said: "Such as the weapons of mass destruction, which we have all known about, but the ... "
"Well, you said there were weapons of mass destruction," said Russert.


"I said I wasn't sure, but I said I thought there probably were," Dean explained. "But the thing that really bothered me the most, which the 9-11 Commission said also wasn't true, is the insinuation that the president continues to make to this day that Osama bin Laden had something to do with supporting terrorists that attacked the United States. That is false. The 9-11 Commission, chaired by a Republican, said it was false. Is it wrong to send people to war without telling them the truth. And the truth was Osama bin Laden was a very bad person who was doing terrible things, but that Iraq was never a threat to the United States. That was the truth. It was underlined by the 9-11 Commission, headed, again, by a Republican, a well-respected group of people. I don't think you send American men and women to war, first of all without properly equipping them, and secondly without telling the truth to their parents about why it is we're asking them to make that sacrifice. So those are the kinds of things that I think are very bad about the Republicans."

Personally, I feel that Howard Dean as the leader of the DNC, is the best thing that could ever happen to the Republicans and the Conservative agenda. I don't think you get any further left then Howard Dean and his co-concipiritors Ted "hic" Kennedy and John F. Kerry. They are trying to head off an attack by the former President Bill "Blow Job" Clinton and his first felon wife, Sen. Hitlary Clinton to try to make it appear that they are steering the party to the moderate center. But as any educated person would be able to tell that they're is nothing moderate about the Clintons. They are as socialist as they come. They just are not up front and honest about it like Dean and Co. are. But then again, when have we ever known the Clintons to be honest about anything, ever in their lives or careers.

1 comment:

Lonewatchman said...

OMG! This idiot is a doctor? Dean has got to be one of those quacks that removes your spleen when you went under for tonsils, or saws off the wrong leg.