Thursday, June 09, 2005

Howard Dean

This guy is hilarious!! He's spouting out all the rhetoric that is purely laughable and I have him to thank for almost spitting out my salad twice at dinner. Even his own party is turning on him (ex. nancy pelosi among others).

Genius words from El Rushbo in reference to the comments Dean recently made against Republicans:

RUSH: These people (Democrats) are so into their own supremacy and superiority, which is funny because what's really bothering them is a giant loser inferiority complex, and so they're psychologically all confused and twisted into thousands of little pretzels and they don't really have a positive outlook on life. They don't get up and see anything decent and good, and so they've got a party chairman out there that cements the notion every time he opens his mouth. They don't even have an agenda. All they've got is a bunch of hate; all they've got is a bunch of rage and a bunch of anger. Of course, if you hate somebody -- if you're really filled with rage; if you're seething with it -- you want them to know it, and especially if the people you hate laugh at you, you get even angrier and you get even more forceful and you say, "Okay, you don't believe me? I hate you. Are you hearing me? I hate you!"

Except from DEAN: The Republicans are not very friendly to different kinds of people. They're a pretty monolithic party, they're pretty much, you know, they all behave the same, they all look the same, and they all, you know, it's pretty much a white Christian party -- and the Democrats adopt everybody they can think of in our party.

RUSH: Democrats adopt everybody they can think of in our party. White Christian party. You know, a greater percentage of minorities, including blacks, voted for George W. Bush than live in the state Howard Dean governed? Forty percent of Hispanics voted for George W. Bush. In fact, he was on the Today Show with Matt Lauer, and Matt Lauer said, "What did you mean by that comment? I mean, 62 million people voted for President Bush in the last election. Is that your message to those people a year away from the midterm elections?"


RUSH: Now, look at this. On the one hand while the Democrats are dumping all over Janice Rogers Brown -- an African-American nominated by a Republican president -- Howard Dean is running around saying the GOP is "a white Christian party." Let's not forget this. The Democratic Party stopped Carl McCall in his race to be governor-of-New York. A longtime black official: they stopped him from being governor. They did not fund his campaign as promised. They stopped the late Maynard Jackson, former Atlanta mayor from being the chairman of the Democratic National Committee; they stopped Miguel Estrada from serving on a federal appeals court. They tried to stop Clarence Thomas from getting to the Supreme Court. They tried to stop Janice Rogers Brown, and they're out there saying that they are the party of diversity? And yet I have just mentioned to you two blacks in their own party they stepped on and squashed and other blacks and a Hispanic in the Republican Party they are trying to step on and squash. If you look at the leadership of the Democratic Party, it's pretty lily white to me. We'll have to go look this up, but I can cite for you all the complaints during the Kerry campaign of 2004 from civil rights activists. There weren't enough black people in his campaign at the high level. Remember this, and yet here's Howard Dean running around saying that the Republicans are a white Christian party. It's absurd. But this is what the Democrats believe and this is what they want to hear. So nobody's going to make a move to get rid of Howard Dean.



At 1:36 PM , Blogger holleritsme said...

Test your theory out tonight: Count how many non-whites you see tonight at your party and then let us all know how many are there.

I'd be surprised if you count more than 2 couples.

At 11:42 PM , Blogger Tori said...


At 12:35 AM , Blogger holleritsme said...

7 couples or 7 blacks? what percent of the total attendance was that? Or how many people were there total?

At 2:09 AM , Blogger Tori said...

i bet if you go to a democratic political organization in the suburb where I was, there would be very little minorites there as well. Its not a diverse area hence less diversity at events in the matter what political affiliation.


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