Sunday, January 30, 2005

Dean: 'I Hate Republicans'

For all the preaching about bipartisanship, here we have the lead candidate for the DNC Chair, Howard 'Dr. Demento' Dean, saying he hates Republicans and all they stand for. As I have said in the past, to the left, bipartisanship means you do it their way. With Dean, Teddy 'The Swimmer' Kennedy, Babs "The Victim' Boxer, Johnny 'The flip flopping poodle' Kerry and Nancy 'the Clueless' Pelosi leading the way, there will never be bipartisanship. Some one needs to remind this sorry bunch, that the American people rejected them and their ideas, or more correctly, their lack of ideas. The fat bastard, from Massachuttes and his toady, the poodle are obviously out of touch with reality. Even the reserved Britt Hume, after hearing teddy's ramblings on Iraq said "has he lost his mind?".

Get ready for more hysterics form this group of lefties and their more then willing accomplises in the media. Already the poodle has said this about the election in Iraq: "No one in the United States should try to overhype this election,". What fucking planet is he on? Of course since the election was not the disaster he and his cronies claimed it would be, he is taking the head up his ass approach. Had he been elected, there might not have been any elections in Iraq.

As we move on to 2006, never forget that these bastards are only concerned about power and could give two shits less about anything else. - Sailor

Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005 10:44 a.m. EST
Dean: 'I Hate Republicans'

The front-runner in the race to head up the so-called party of compassion and understanding said unabashedly on Saturday that he "hates" the opposition.

"I hate the Republicans and everything they stand for," former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean told Democrats gathered at a Manhattan hotel, in quotes picked up by the New York Daily News.

He and six other candidates came to address the final DNC forum before the Feb. 12 vote for chairman.
Dean said that despite his hatred for the GOP, he "admires" their discipline and their organization.

But he cautioned his Democratic audience that their party shouldn't become "Republican lite."

"We can talk about our faith, but we cannot change our faith," he said. "We need to be people of conviction."

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